New Nissan NV200 Quotes

Performance

The NV200 is a very slim, compact van that runs on relatively small wheels for maximum manoeuvrability around town. The 89bhp engine comes with a five-speed manual gearbox giving 200Nm of torque, while the 110bhp engine is hooked up to a six-speed, which means slightly more relaxed cruising but still pulls 240Nm torque. Although the Volkswagen Caddy is available with a seven-speed DSG automated gearbox, it much more expensive and will not handle as well as the NV200 around corners and it has much heavier steering.

Running Costs

Sourced from its partner, Renault, the diesel engine of the Nissan NV200 gives buyers a choice of 89bhp and 110bhp outputs with both claiming good fuel economy. The 89bhp model claims a return of 55.4mpg and the 110bhp model boasts 53.3mpg, good economy for a high engine output, the engines also have Co2 emissions of 135g/km and 139g/km respectively. The Volkswagen Caddy, is less economical in comparison as it will only return 49.6mpg and although it has similar Co2 emissions, standing at 134g/km, its service intervals are more frequent at 15,000 miles compared with the NV200 at 18,000 miles.

Equipment

The NV200 comes with a choice of three trim specifications, Visia, Acenta and Tekna, and is available in either the panel van or the Combi with five or seven seats. All trims come available with air conditioning, electric mirrors, and height adjustable steering wheel for a more comfortable driving angle. Full specifications of all of the trims for this model are available in our downloadable brochure.