Nissan's e-NV200 Combi offers the cleanliness and cost-effectiveness of pure electric power to family MPV buyers. All rights reservedCarbuyer™ is a registered trade mark, Like all EVs, the e-NV200 will be very cheap to run, e-NV200's weight means it's not as lively as a typical electric car, Comfortable inside, but material quality is in line with the e-NV200 van the Combi is based on, The e-NV200 has very generous passenger and luggage capacity, EVs are generally reliable, but the e-NV200's Euro NCAP crash-test score is worrying, Low running costs and generous equipment must be balanced against a high purchase price. H Bauer Publishing are authorised and regulated for credit broking by the FCA (Ref No. Fri Jan 22 11:58:00 CET 2010 By Steve Walker 65% . The interior of the NV200 has a feel of quality, with many parts of the cabin shared across other Nissan car models - especially the stereo system - meaning it's refined and modern. You are viewing the Parkers beta preview. However, ESP stability control comes as a cost option as part of the 'safety pack' and only the driver gets an airbag as standard with passenger and curtain airbags available as optional extras. by: Richard Ingram. Tekna Rapid has the rapid charging port and adds front foglamps, the infotainment and sat-nav system, a four-speaker stereo, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated mirrors. All things considered, the fact that the e-NV200 isn’t available with seven seats limits its real world appeal. Registered Office: Media House, Peterborough Business Park, Lynch Wood, Peterborough, PE2 6EA H Bauer Publishing, This replaces the 24kWh battery and boosts driving range by a significant 60%, making buying an electric MPV viable for a much broader swathe of customers. At the same time buyers will have to pay extra for ESP stability control and passenger airbags as well as air conditioning. The NV200 is worst in class for payload (Read Best small vans for payload for the full list) and also ranks poor in terms of fuel economy (Read Best small vans for fuel economy for the full list). Simply contact one of our Fleet Sales Executives to book a test drive or vehicle viewing. Nissan calls the e-NV200 a “game changer” and with more and more city centres looking to restrict or ban petrol and diesel cars and vans to reduce pollution, it’s not hard to see why. Nissan is ideally placed to cater to taxi firms and businesses looking for a zero-emissions alternative – and savvy families wanting the same. Nissan NV200 Combi. There have also been few concerns reported with older e-NV200 and Leaf battery packs, many of which have now been used extensively, so initial fears have largely subsided. But the e-NV200 changes that picture somewhat, as it's heavier and less aerodynamic than EVs like the Leaf, so its performance is a bit blunted. Skip to our full verdict on... Driving Interior Costs Reliability Safety Nissan NV200 (09-19) driving experience. The dash is covered in a confusing array of buttons, but anyone who’s driven a Qashqai or new Nissan Pulsar shouldn’t have too much difficulty navigating the central infotainment screen. 1 Dec 2014. We try out the new M550i xDrive to find out…. updated with a longer driving range in early 2018, Nissan NV200 full review on Parkers Vans - exterior, Nissan NV200 full review on Parkers Vans - rear exterior, Nissan NV200 full review on Parkers Vans - cabin, Specialist Nissan commercial vehicle dealers. Nissan NV200 Combi Review. Nissan e-NV200 Combi review Nissan e-NV200 Combi is based on an electric van, and offers huge amounts of space with an electric motor. As a fully electric MPV, the Nissan e-NV200 Combi pretty much sits in a class of one. Essentially, the e-NV200 Combi is exactly the same as the Nissan e-NV200 van, but with seats in the back instead of a large load space. But for small businesses, the NV200 is a useful choice. The one area of concern is battery performance potentially degrading over time – however renting the batteries from Nissan on a monthly basis protects you against this. Just one engine is available in the NV200, the commonly-used 1.5 dCi diesel with 86hp. It's also Congestion Charge exempt and should be cheaper to service with fewer moving parts.