Nissan reveals

versatile new NV300

Nissan NV300, 2016, front
Nissan NV300, 2016, side
Nissan NV300, 2016, rear
Nissan NV300 Combi, 2016, interior
Nissan NV300, 2016, load space
Nissan NV300 Combi, side

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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