Nissan has revealed a new van to its line-up, the new entry is a small van, based on the successful Renault Kangoo. The small van features the famous Nissan V-shaped grille replacing the diamond logo seen on the Kangoo and is set to replace the Nissan NV200.
The NV250 van is a much more conventional small van than the NV200, with a choice of two body lengths (opposed to one), Panel Van in L1, L2 and an L2 Crew Cab variant with more driving technology available, Hill Start Assist and Extended Grip. What’s more, customers get the opportunity to choose from two or three seat configurations in the cab, whatever is right for there business. The small van is versatile, designed for you and ready for your specific conversion, with a generous range of conversion options. Payloads have also increased, with 4.6 cubic metres of load and a maximum payload of with 659kg in the L1 variant and 800kg L2. All variants have asymmetric rear doors, with the L1 opting for a single sliding door and the L2 with a pair of sliding doors.
Let’s talk about the Nissan NV250 Crew Van, the model has an additional 2 seats in the rear, creating space for up to 4 people to sit comfortably. Plus, if you need extra from for cargo, the seats can fold down to make some extra room, so you can make the best use of the load depending on how many passengers you have on board. How handy! Inside, the new Nissan van has a cab almost identical to the Renault Kangoo with the option of TomTom navigation to help you get where you need to be!
The small van is powered by a 1.5 dCi diesel available in three outputs, 79bhp, 94bhp and 113bhp that meet the Euro 6D Temp emissions regulations that came in force in September 2019. Nissan has not yet announced if an e-NV250 is to follow, as the old Nissan e-NV200 soldiers on. The new Nissan NV250 goes on sale in September 2019, keep up to date with the new Nissan van by reading our latest news here or to find out more read our new car page.