Nissan announces pricing and specifications for Primastar medium van

Nissan Primastar

Nissan new Primastar medium-sized van range – its replacement for the NV300 – has been priced from £24,990 (ex VAT).

It will be available in a range of body types, lengths and heights, with all models covered by a standard five-year/100,000-mile pan-European warranty, as well as five years’ roadside assistance.

Andrew Prescott, Primaster product manager at Nissan Motor (GB), said: “Primastar is a key member of Nissan’s new, all-star LCV line-up, and it helps demonstrate our commitment to business owners, today and for years to come.

“With versatile conversion options, the refreshed offering provides a solution to many business challenges.

“We’re listening to our customers and remain committed to addressing their evolving needs.

“We’re sure Primastar, a worthy successor to NV300, will prove enormously popular.”

The Primastar is part of Nissan’s approach to streamline its LCV portfolio in Europe.

It has retained its presence in the large van market with Interstar, its medium-sized NV300 van is now Primastar, and the compact van segment will now be covered by Townstar with both fully electric and petrol variants.

The Primastar range is available with a choice of Euro 6d-compliant engines with either manual or dual-clutch automatic transmissions.

It comprises of four trim levels.

The entry-level Visia, with prices starting at £24,990 (exc-VAT), features standard remote central door locking, DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control with speed limiter and LED headlights.

Acenta, priced from £26,390, adds air-conditioning, rear parking sensors, automatic wipers and headlights, passenger airbag and front fog lights.

Tekna specification, priced from £27,490, has an eight-inch touchscreen with sat-nav, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 17-inch allow wheels, a rear-view camera, electric folding mirrors and front parking sensors.

Top-of-the-range Tekna+, available from £28,240, adds lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, blind spot detection, intelligent emergency braking, auto high/low beam headlights and keyless entry.


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