First Drive Of The Nissan E-NV200

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First Drive Of The Nissan E-NV200

November 6, 2014 / 0 Comments / 910 /
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The van itself is almost identical to look at as the standard NV200, the difference is the bonnet and nose which has been redesigned. It is underneath the nose where the charging point is. The van still has the same load capacity as its Diesel engined sister; which is excellent and some 300mm longer than the Citroen Berlingo, this is even after it has been converted into a fridge va

The van itself is a joy to drive with its automatic gearbox and electric motor producing over 254Nm of torque from the moment you put your foot down, it should also be very economical to run with Nissan claiming it could cost as little as two pence per mile to run.

A full charge will give around 106 miles, this can take 8 hours from a normal household power point, 4 hours on a high capacity charge point or you rapid charge one of the growing number of charge points in the UK which will only take 30 minutes yet will still give you 80 percent capacity.

like the NV200 Acenta that we sell as a refrigerated van the E-NV200 still comes well specified with remote central locking, electric windows, CD player with Bluetooth handsfree and audio streaming, it even comes with a reversing camera.

If you would like any more information on the New Nissan E-NV200, please feel free to contact us either on 0845 3311 484 or you can complete our online enquiry form here



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