Nissan NV200 Review 2011 Model

2011 Model Nissan NV200

2011 Model Nissan NV200

Nissan's NV200 has been much praised by the motoring press, thanks to its ability to squeeze plenty of loadspace into a small overall van.  Looking at the pictures, the van looks like a mid-range sized vehicle, whereas it competes in size terms with the Volkswagen Caddy and Citroen Berlingo.
Powered by a 1.5 litre diesel, the NV200 emits just 137g/kg of CO2 and returns up to 54MPG. 

The second half of 2011 sees the introduction of a new engine to the lineup, as well as a series of extras added to the NV200 range.  Customers can now choose a 110bhp version of the same 1.5 litre DCi engine with emissions only slightly higher than the existing, lower-powered 85bhp engine option.

Choose from the standard E grade or opt for the luxuries of an SE Grade - from July 2011 Nissan have introduced the n-tech grade which gets, on top of the SE spec, Satnvav, cruise control and a speed limiter which can be adjusted by the driver.

There is also a Combi variant to fit a total of seven people inside.  For the second half of 2011 Nissan have upgraded the range, with bluetooth throught the range and a rear view camera on the SE grade.  A totally new grade has introduced the n-tech version, which sees

The van is just 4400mm long, 1,860mm high and 1,695mm wide, but packs in a loadspace of 4.2m3 and load length of more than two metres – accommodating two Euro pallets.  You can make the load area larger still by ordering the Versatility Pack on the SE van and you can get a bulkhead that moves around the folding front passenger seat that can then allow an internal load length of up to 2800mm.

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