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Discover at Campus Nissan Commercial an exclusive choice of new and pre-owned Nissan NV commercial vans and trucks for sale in Victoria, offered to you at the most competitive pricing on Vancouver Island and with a personalized approach to customer service. Whether you’re an individual, entrepreneur, business or governmental agency, we can meet your needs for one or more commercial vehicles.

  • Only certified Nissan NV dealership on Vancouver Island
  • Competitive pricing, and advantageous financing plans
  • Commercial and fleet vehicle specialists on site
  • Large inventory of new Nissan NV vehicles
  • Exclusive selection of used commercial vehicles
  • Comprehensive truck and van customization services

We invite you to contact us by email or by phone at 1 855 291-4266 to book a consultation or a test drive of a new or used commercial vehicle. We are conveniently located at 3361 Oak Street in Victoria, and we promise you a great choice of quality new and pre-owned Nissan NV commercial vehicles at all times!

Articles and road tests

  • 2018 Nissan Rogue, Semi-Autonomous Driver

    When equipped with Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist system, the new 2018 Rogue will be able to automatically manage acceleration, braking and steering on the highway, as long as the car stays in the same lane. We’ve got info on other features and on pricing of the new Rogue.

  • Nissan Has Produced its 150 Millionth Vehicle

    Largely confined in its early years to Japan, Nissan’s production of vehicles surged when it expanded production to the United States and China. With popular models like the Rogue, the new Qashqai and the upcoming next-generation LEAF, Nissan is set to continue its growth.

  • Intelligent Rear View Mirror coming to 2018 Nissans

    The latest in a flurry of new technological advances announced by Nissan is a new Intelligent Rear View Mirror system that solves the problem of obstructions in the cabin to provide a clear view of the area behind the vehicle. The system will debut in the 2018 Armada SUV.

  • Here’s Why the 2018 Nissan LEAF Is Your Next Electric ...

    Nissan has finally unveiled its new LEAF in a world premiere. The second-generation electric car will arrive on the market at the beginning of 2018, and we have pricing, range, details on equipment and several videos for you.

  • New Dealerships with Modern Looks & Features

    For Canadian consumers who are curious to know what the future holds in terms of automotive dealerships and their showrooms, take a look at ultra-modern new facilities just opened up under the Nissan and Porsche banners!

  • Nissan Trucks are Good for Work and Play

    Nissan SUVs and pickup trucks have cargo and towing capabilities to be both workhorses and recreational tools at the same time. We found out first-hand during a presentation by Nissan and BOATsmart.

  • 10 Reasons to Buy a Nissan Qashqai

    While subcompact SUVs are highly in demand these days, it’s also true that the competition in this category is getting more and more ferocious with the arrival of several new entrants. The Nissan Qashqai offers some solid arguments in its favour. We give you 10 of them.

  • New Nissan LEAF to Allow One-Pedal Driving

    Nissan announced this week that the widely anticipated new Nissan LEAF will come with e-Pedal, a revolutionary technology that transforms the way we drive. Find out how it works.

  • New Nissan LEAF to Feature Autonomous Parking

    If you find parking manoeuvres to be a real challenge, we have some good news for you: The next-generation Nissan LEAF’s ProPILOT Park system will help drivers park by automatically guiding the car into a parking spot.

  • 2017 Nissan Qashqai Has All the Makings of a Winner

    Barring any surprises, the Nissan Qashqai represents a solid buy, something that can’t always be said for brand-new models. Here's why.