The new compact van, produced in Maubeuge next to the Renault Kangoo, has joined the concessions of the Japanese brand. Available in two engines and two lengths, it appears from 21 050 euros HT.

Nissan welcomes a new utility in its range: the NV250. This small last fills the gap following the discontinuation of the commercialization of thermal versions of NV200, the idea being to leave the field free to declination 100% electric e-NV200.

The NV250, available in both passenger car dealerships and the specific Nissan Trucks network, is not, strictly speaking, a completely new product on the market. If you find him a family with the Renault Kangoo, nothing more normal, the two vehicles are assembled side by side in the Maubeuge factory. In addition to aesthetics, the NV250 has the same technical features.

The Nissan comes in two lengths (4,282 and 4,666 mm) with a payload ranging from 660 to 782 kg and a useful volume oscillating from 3 to 4.6 m3. It is also driven by the 1.5 dCi block available in 95 and 115 hp with a six-speed manual transmission.

As for the tariffs, they start at 21,050 euros HT in version L1 dCi 95 Optima to reach 23,950 euros HT in version L2 dCi 115 N-Connecta. Like all Nissan utilities, the NV250 is guaranteed 5 years or 160,000 km. First deliveries are expected in December.