By Stewart Smith on 2016-11-25 - Stewart was the former motoring editor of the Coventry Telegraph and is now a freelance contributor to Eurekar. He is based in Scotland and specialises in First Drive reviews.
versatile new NV300
NISSAN has launched its all-new NV300 van in the UK which is available as a panel van, crew van and as a combi passenger vehicle with seating for up to nine people.
It's the successor to the successful Nissan Primastar and its arrival both strengthens and completes Nissan's LCV line-up giving the marque one of the broadest commercial vehicle ranges on the market.
A platform cab version is also being offered as a rolling chassis - a platform for bespoke conversions.
Panel van customers can specify either a short or long wheelbase, each available in two heights and all (except the crew van) able to carry a minimum of three Europallets.
There are also several tailgate and side door combinations - solid or glazed - for customisation.
The NV300 can be further tailored with a choice of one of three trim options now aligned with Nissan's car range - entry level Visia, mid-range Acenta and range-topping Tekna.
Each variant has advanced Nissan technology and safety features in line with the brand's 'Intelligent Mobility strategy'.
Under the bonnet lies Nissan's Euro 6 compliant 1.6-litre dCi diesel engine, available with a choice of four power outputs - 95bhp, 120bhp, 125bhp and 145bhp - all mated to a six-speed manual transmission.
Nissan claims it offers fuel returns of up to 50.4 mpg and emissions as low as 145g/km CO2.
Prices for the all-new Nissan NV300 are from £21,300 (ex VAT) for the panel van, £24,640 for the crew van, £24,285 for the platform cab and the Combi is priced from £29,370.
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