However taxi owners will be able to choose other hybrid or wheelchair-accessible vehicles in some circumstances. Safety, health and comfort was considered as the major argument to choose this car and the decision was welcomed by the Taxi and Limousine Commission. Nissan is manufacturing two models of the NV200, a standard version and one that is wheelchair-accessible. Cab Riders United, an advocacy group for passengers, praised the NV200’s passenger airbags and adjustable seats for drivers, among other features. The Nissan NV200 van is a light commercial vehicle already in use in Asian and European markets. The vehicle will have a transparent glass roof, interior floor lighting, a deployable entry step, exterior lights that flash when the van’s doors open, and independent, passenger-controlled climate controls.