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Nissan e-NV200: electric bus from 35,000 euros

Nissan e-NV200 for commercial and private customers
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Nissan's e-NV200 electric van will continue in the future. A 40 kWh battery increases the range by over 60 percent to up to 280 kilometers (NEDC driving cycle), the van should be able to drive on one battery charge. N issan the e-NV200 with a new 40 kWh battery at the Nissan Futures 3.0 event in Oslo, Norway. The charging time for the new battery should be 17 hours at conventional household sockets. With a wallbox, the charging time should drop to 6.5 hours. If a fast charger is available, 80% of the capacity should be recharged after 40 minutes.

100 kilometers more range

Since the size and weight of the high-voltage battery have remained unchanged, The cargo volume (up to 4,200 liters) and the payload (695 kilograms) also remain unchanged. With the battery capacity almost doubled, customers will in future be able to drive more than 100 kilometers further than before with each battery charge. The e-NV200 is now ideally suited for business customers such as parcel services and delivery services, in order to make important inner-city deliveries 100 percent locally emission-free.

There were no changes to the drive motor. It stays with the 80 kW and 254 Nm electric motor. This means that the e-NV200, weighing 1,555 kilograms, should be able to accelerate from zero to 100 km /h in 14.0 seconds and reach a top speed of 123 km /h.

The NV200 is aimed as a combination at commercial customers and costs at least 35,000 euros net.

Prices from 28,660 euros net

The Nissan e-NV200 with 40 kWh battery can now be ordered as a panel van, station wagon or Evalia. The latter two offer 4 or 5 doorsas well as 2.5 or 7 seats. The panel van is available from 28,660 euros net (34,105 euros gross). So far, the Nissan e-NV200 as a van has cost from 24,635 euros plus a monthly battery rental from around 87 euros. The basic price of the car version was previously around 31,706 euros plus battery rental. The seven-seater now costs from 41,690 euros (35,034 euros net). The station wagon, which Nissan mainly intended for commercial customers, is now available from 35,000 euros net. As standard, the station wagon drives up with space for five people. If there are seven, it costs an additional 670 euros. DAB radio, air conditioning, reversing camera and fog lights are already on board as standard. The optional winter package (250 euros) heats the exterior mirrors, seats and steering wheel.

Special model for market launch

For the market launch, Nissan is offering the special model e-NV 200 2nd Zero Edition. Prices including VAT start at 38,663 euros for the panel van and 41,690 euros for the seven-seater. The special model has a CD radio with Bluetooth and navigation, automatic air conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry system, fog lights and a reversing camera as standard. The driver can also see the charge status via the app and control the heating. The e-NV can charge with up to 6.6 kW via a type 1 plug or a CHAdeMO fast charging connection (50 kW). A mode 3 (7.4 kW) and an EVSE charging cable for household sockets (3.2 kW) are also standard.


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