Moreover, the model also qualifies for the Government’s scrappage scheme. This means the NV200 is available to van buyers with a vehicle to trade-in which is more than 8 years old for £10,090.
Nissan’s van is also environmentally friendly, keeping carbon dioxide emissions at a low level. In fact, powered a 1.5-liter four-cylinder diesel engine, the NV200 returns a combined fuel economy of 54 mpg and 137g/km of CO2 emissions. “That’s why the NV200 wears Nissan’s Pure Drive badge, which identifies it as being among the most efficient vehicles in the range,” a company statement reads.
The entry-level E model comes equipped with various features, including a CD audio system with MP3 aux jack and keyless entry. The SE, the other trim level, adds electric front windows and a full steel bulkhead for and extra £500. Moreover. the SE can be further upgraded with air conditioning for £575, glazed rear doors for £150 and a safety pack which for £1,000.
The manufacturer also revealed that a Combi version with the option of seven seats will join the range later with prices to be announced closer to its launch in February.
“The NV200 is a brilliant addition to the Nissan range and with prices starting so low we have high hopes for it in the UK. Factor in the exceptional CO2 emissions and LCV customers will be hard pushed to make their money go further,” said Nissan’s LCV sales and marketing director, Francis Bleasdale.