The Nissan NV200, one of Nissan’s own van designs is somewhat basic compared to some of the rival vans, however it offers good loadspace at 4.2m3 and decent payloads at 739kg. It is only available in one length and one roof height accommodating a load length of 2.04m which can be further extended by the optional folding mesh bulkhead and front seat. There are three trim levels; the Visia which includes BlueTooth connectivity, the Acenta which adds Electric windows and rear view camera and the Tekna which throws in Air Con, Sat Nav and Cruise control into the mix of standard features. The NV200 is also offered as Combi van which seats up to 7 people and an ‘off the shelf’ Fridge Van.
This may not be the most advanced van out there but it is very car-like to drive and with its compact exterior size and tight turning circle, it is easy to manoeuvre and park around town and also reasonable on motorway runs. The NV200 is powered by a 1.5 litre diesel engine in a choice of 90ps with a 5 speed box or 110ps with a 6 speed box, both of which pull well and return a very respectable combined fuel figure in the mid 50’s mpg & low CO2 emissions.
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