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About Nissan Interstar

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Like its close cousins the Renault Master and Vauxhall Movano, with which it shares many components, the Nissan Interstar was designed to take on the Ford Transit. Built between 2003 and 2011, it’s now been replaced by the NV400.

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About Nissan Interstar

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Like its close cousins the Renault Master and Vauxhall Movano, with which it shares many components, the Nissan Interstar was designed to take on the Ford Transit. Built between 2003 and 2011, it’s now been replaced by the NV400.

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About Nissan Interstar

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With three different body lengths and two different roof heights available, it’s a versatile vehicle with the promise of reliable operation that comes from having the Nissan badge on the nose. Interstars are powered by a 2.5 litre DCi diesel engine, a Renault unit available in 100bhp, 120bhp and 150bhp versions. All are Euro 4 compliant. 1.9 and 3.0 litre models have also been available during the model’s lifespan. All have a six-speed gearbox, and there’s an optional automatic too. Gross vehicle weights range from 2.8 to 3.5 tonnes.

Short-wheelbase low-roof versions have eight cubic metres of load space, with long-wheelbase high-roof models expanding that to a competitive 13.9 cubic metres. A short bonnet means that almost two-thirds of the van’s length is available for cargo. Wide-opening rear doors and a nearside sliding side door as standard make for easy loading. A second side door was offered as an option from new. There are tie-down points in the load area to keep cargoes from sliding around.

Short-wheelbase low-roof versions have eight cubic metres of load space, with long-wheelbase high-roof models expanding that to a competitive 13.9 cubic metres. A short bonnet means that almost two-thirds of the van’s length is available for cargo. Wide-opening rear doors and a nearside sliding side door as standard make for easy loading. A second side door was offered as an option from new. There are tie-down points in the load area to keep cargoes from sliding around.

While it may have been starting to look a bit dated on the outside by the time it was withdrawn, the Interstar’s interior still looks surprisingly modern. Indeed, it’s similar to that of the NV400 which replaced it. Fit and finish are good, the controls fall easily to hand and there’s plenty of storage space for odds and ends. A flat floor makes entry and exit easy too. Seats are comfortable with good levels of side support, and a wide range of adjustment makes it easy to find a good driving position. The Interstar has rear leaf springs and double wishbone front suspension, giving a decent ride quality, and there are disc brakes all round for safe stopping power.

Even entry-level Interstars came with an audio system, power steering, a driver’s airbag and a ladder frame type bulkhead. Move up the range and there’s better audio, a full steel bulkhead, electric windows and electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, plus rear parking sensors. The van was also offered with a range of option packs. These include a climate pack (made up of air conditioning and a heat-reflecting windscreen), a technology pack (which has satellite navigation, a phone connection and cruise control), plus a glazing pack (which included glazed rear doors with window demisters and a part-glazed bulkhead).

All models have large plastic bumpers and plastic rubbing strips on the sides to guard against everyday knocks and scrapes. There are a number of special versions and conversions around on the used market. These include refrigerators, six-seater crew vans and 16-seater minibuses. There are also chassis cab versions with tipper, dropside and box bodies.

With services at 24,000-mile intervals and Nissan’s reputation for reliability, the Interstar should offer low running costs, and it makes good sense as a used buy.

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