When it comes to clean transportation, Nissan's urban delivery van e-NV200 is the first choice for many. For 16 months the load assed with new 40 kWh battery and 60 per cent more range is now on the way. During this time, more than 10,000 vehicles have been ordered in Europe, according to the manufacturer. "Also because large fleet customers are increasingly committed to sustainability," emphasizes Nissan.
The e-NV200 was the best-selling emission-free commercial vehicle in ten European markets in 2018 – including the UK, Italy, Norway and the Netherlands, the automaker proudly announces. Both the van and the seven-seat passenger car variant are in great demand at major delivery services, transport companies and private car rental companies – as the recent fleet orders from DHL and Chronopost show.
In the WLTP measurement cycle, the e-NV200 is expected to reach a range of up to 200 kilometers in the combined cycle with one battery charge and up to 301 kilometers in the urban cycle. That's about 60 percent more than the first battery generation managed to insure the Nissan strategists.
And a few more numbers: The box van offers 4.2 cubic feet of cargo, enough for two Euro pallets or other cargo with equipment-dependent up to 667 kilograms.
But what about the charging of the battery? In addition to the normal household plug, customers can fully charge their vehicle from 0 to 100 percent in 8.5 hours at a charge wallbox at home, promises Nissan. In collaboration with E.ON, the manufacturer offers the wallbox for the price of 1,865 euros, including installation by an electrician on site. On a fast charger, the e-NV200 can be recharged from 20 to 80 percent in just 40 to 60 minutes.
"The success of the e-NV200 shows that we have the right product at the right time, and accelerating fleet electrification, especially in the city center, is a challenge for our customers," says Paolo D'Ettore, Director of Commercial Vehicles Nissan Europe. Since its market launch in 2014, more than 25,000 vehicles have been delivered to customers throughout Europe by the e-NV200.
The item "Nissan e-NV200: clean through the city" was added on June 14, 2013 in the category Environment by Ralf Loweg with the StichwÃ "rternVans, Electric Mobility, Environment, Environment,verĂśffentlicht.
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