Since summer 2019, Nissan has offered the NV200 exclusively as an electric version . The van was previously available as a panel van and minivan: Now the Japanese are expanding the model range to include a station wagon variant. The e-NV200 station wagon offers space for up to seven occupants and can now be ordered at prices from 35,098 euros net.
As an entry-level transporter for tradespeople, the e-NV200 Kombi concentrates on the essentials, according to Nissan: In contrast to the Evalia car variant (from 36,498 euros net), for example, there is no painted bumpers, exterior mirrors and door handles, clear rear windows replace the “privacy” -Glazing. As with the panel van, there are two wing doors at the rear, and a tailgate is available at no extra charge. The 15-inch steel rims with wheel covers should be equipped for use on the construction site and in the field.
Range between 200 and 300 kilometers
In the interior of the e-NV200 station wagon there is space for five people or for an additional 670 euros seven people. The electric motor with 80 kW / 109 PS, known from the other variants, takes over the propulsion. In conjunction with a 40 kWh battery, the E-Transporter has a WLTP range of around 200 kilometers; in city traffic, up to 301 kilometers should be feasible. The e-NV200 Kombi is charged quickly via a CHAdeMO connection with up to 50 kW. Accordingly, the battery is refilled in under an hour.