Interstar van priced

by Nissan

Nissan Interstar, 2024, front, grille
Nissan Interstar-e, 2024, front
Nissan Interstar-e, 2024, side
Nissan Interstar-e, 2024, interior
Nissan Interstar, 2024, display screen
Nissan Interstar, 2024, dashboard storage
Nissan Interstar-e, 2024, cabin tray
Nissan Interstar, 2024, cargo area
Nissan Interstar, 2024, tail light

THE Nissan Interstar large van will cost from £33,090 excluding VAT with diesel variants due to arrive from October 2024.

Two trim levels will be available with either a six-speed manual transmission or nine-speed automatic gearbox and the wide range will top out from £45,550.

Powered by a 2.0-litre turbo engine with power outputs ranging from 105 to 170ps it has a fuel economy rated as high as 41.5mpg.

An all-electric version called the Interstar-e is due to join the line up later this year.

Available in Acenta and Tekna trim levels the Acenta grade includes air conditioning while Tekna models have a rear-view camera, front parking sensors, 270-degree opening rear doors and a 12-volt plug in the loading area among extra features.

Tekna specification adds £1,200 plus VAT to the price and all versions have a five-year or 100,000-mile warranty.

Francesco Russiello, Nissan GB's LCV category manager said: "Our newest and largest van offering joins our award-winning small van, the Townstar, launched in 2023, and our established and successful mid-sized van, the Primastar, recently updated for 2024."

The new Interstar enters the market with a range of factory-built conversions, including tipper, drop-side and box van options, as well as multiple panel van variants.

It offers a payload of up to almost two tonnes for the diesel variant, and - like the upcoming electric version - a maximum towing capacity of 2.5 tonnes.

Inside it has been made more car-like with a more vertical steering wheel and a sculpted dashboard that features a 10.1in touchscreen angled towards the driver.

There are also two large cup holders, large overhead shelves and 10 open storage areas, plus another three closed areas that together offer nearly 80 litres of stowage space, including a multipurpose central seat-back workspace unit and a large under-seat storage box.

Manoeuvrability has been improved, with a turning circle that is a full 1.5 metres smaller compared to previous versions.

The new Interstar is equipped with a wide range of standard safety features, including forward emergency braking, drowsiness warning and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

An improved array of Advanced Driver Assistance technologies is included as standard, such as lane keep assist and lane departure warning, intelligent speed assistance, intelligent emergency braking with cyclist and pedestrian detection and side wind assist.


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