@wentwest - You could drive it here temporarily but you cannot register it. In order to register an imported vehicle in the US you must clear it through Customs, EPA, and DOT. If your vehicle is not made for the US market and is NOT conforming to current EPA and DOT standards (which is almost certainly the case for the NP300) then you have to post an EPA and DOT bond, then bring it into conformance, which is typically expensive, impossible, or both. I am licensed customs broker and I get this question all the time. Once I deliver the news to the prospective importer they typically abandon the prospective purchase.
On the off chance that you actually follow through and bring the vehicle into conformance with all applicable emissions and safety standards, you now have a gray market vehicle with no warranty and all parts have to be purchased abroad and imported, since local dealers and auto parts stores will have almost nothing that fits.