Nissan has revealed pricing for its new e-NV200 which will be available as a small van or compact MPV when it arrives in showrooms in July.
The e-NV200 will have two distinct trim levels, and offers potential running cost savings over a conventional diesel van, increasing its appeal for businesses.
Nissan claims e-NV200 drivers can expect to benefit from up to £2,500 of fuel savings with the vehicle costing 2p per mile, and suggests maintenance costs will be reduced by £575 based on servicing, parts and wear and tear.
As with the Nissan Leaf, customers can either choose to buy e-NV200 outright or opt for ‘Flex’ – a battery leasing option that reduces the initial purchase price. Whichever option they choose, 100% electric e-NV200 models qualify for a Government grant – up to £8,000 Plug In Van Grant (PiVG) for the panel van, and up to £5,000 Plug In Car Grant (PiCG) for the five-seater combi.
With the Government incentive, the e-NV200 van, in entry level Acenta trim, can be purchased outright for just £16,562.20 while the similarly specced Combi is priced at £22,859. Meanwhile, those choosing the Flex option, with monthly battery rental starting from £61 per month will see their initial outlay (incorporating PiVG/PiCG) on the same Acenta level van and Combi fall to £13,393 and £17,855 respectively.