Nissan is the UK’s biggest supplier of electric light commercial vehicles in the true fleet market, and the second most popular EV brand overall.
Nissan's Sunderland plant will trial 40 tonne self-driving trucks as part of a new consortium project to future proof logistics in the UK.
The Ford Ranger has been named as the least reliable LCV in the UK by Warrantywise, based on warranty claim data from its reliability index.
Nissan dealers are now able to supply a larger version of the electric e-NV200 van, built by Bevan Group business En-Veco.
DPD has ordered 300 of Nissan e-NV200 electric vans, more than tripling the courier’s current total EV tally to 450 by May.
Nissan has updated the Navara Off-Roader AT32, making it more efficient and better to drive.
Nissan has updated mid- and full-size vans, NV300 & NV400, including new Euro 6d-TEMP-ready engines meeting the latest emissions regulations.
UK sales of the fully electric Nissan e-NV200 have increased by 200% in 2019, amid changing emissions legislation and the introduction of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone.
A fleet of 25 Nissan ENV200 Accenta vans will be available to Northgate’s customers from July and can be reserved now.
Nissan has updated the Navara with improved driveability, technology and payload.
Nissan has unveiled the new NV250 compact van, a Renault Kangoo-based replacement for the NV200.
Two thirds (66%) of small businesses predict their fleets will be fully electric within the next 20 years, with 50% expecting this to happen in half that time, new research suggests.
Nissan is to re-use end-of-life Leaf electric vehicle batteries in portable battery packs which can be used to power tools and equipment.
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The electric success of the Nissan e-NV200 Acenta makes other manufacturers sit up and take notice, first drive reveals.
The new 40kWh battery for the 100% electric Nissan e-NV200 offers a 60% extended range of up to 280km (174miles).
The Port of Southampton has taken delivery of 13 electric Nissan cars to be used by the Associated British Port (ABP).
Fortem is on a mission to convert 10% of its fleet to electric vehicles with Nissan’s market-leading e-NV200 van.
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