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The Nissan e-NV200 was Europe’s best-selling electric van in 2016. The award-winning all-electric van ranked number one in 17 countries across Europe, ahead of its competitors in the category.

The UK proved to be the top market in Europe for Nissan e-NV200, followed closely by Norway and then France. Overall Nissan e-NV200 sales were up 7% in 2016 compared to the previous year with 4,319 units registered.

The Nissan e-NV200 combines the best of Nissan’s NV200 van with zero-emission technology from the Nissan LEAF. Available in both commercial van and fully trimmed Combi / Evalia passenger variants, the e-NV200 line-up offers a variety of options to suit every requirement; including a panel van, five-seat and seven-seat option and a driving range of up to 170 km (106 miles) on a single charge.



Very short range vehicle and even less in cold weather? I'll wait for much better batteries or improved lower cost FCEVs + enough H2 stations.


106 miles tells me that you need to charge at about 80 miles for certain or risk problems. Actually that is very good for starters. Most jobs can be completed with that range in mind. Just need to keep a gas vehicle on standby for those busier days. I do that with my business now. My son drives my pick up truck while I drive my electric car in my line of work. I have not had to charge to get the days work done.

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