The electric success of the Nissan e-NV200 Acenta makes other manufacturers sit up and take notice, first drive reveals.
Longer warranty period allows Nissan van to steal a march on its near-identical stablemates
The model which aims to put Nissan back among the 4x4 class leaders
Major UK fleet operators are already queuing up to put Nissan's first clean-air delivery van to the test.
When the latest Nissan Navara was unleashed back in 2005 it was the undisputed leader of what was then a pretty agricultural pack.
Trucks are losing ground against a mass of opposition but Nissan has a few aces up its sleeve.
Five and seven-seat Combi targets fleets which need to move people, not goods, around.
The numberplate of our test vehicle (almost) says it all. H13UGE is about as big as vans get up to 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight.
The new Nissan Cabstar and its twin brother the Renault Maxity are unique in their sector – they are, as far as I can judge, the only vehicles that have had some degree of thought put into the styling of their exterior.
It looks like a 40-tonner but weighs in at 3.5. It feels like a truck but drives like a car. And it’s brilliant.
The Nissan Interstar, with its heavyweight 3.0-litre diesel engine, is giving the Japanese maker a great deal of clout at the big end of the market.
Fleet who admire the Renault Kangoo van are likely to take a keen interest in the Nissan Kubistar – after all, it is the same van with a different badge.