Nissan are set to launch new a seven seat version of their e-NV200 electric van
- Created: 09 June 2015
Nissan have announced that they will be launching a new seven-seat version of their e-NV200 electric van-based MPV.
The new vehicle is being toted as the world's first 'pure' electric seven-seat vehicle with Nissan introducing it as a reaction to the level of interest that has been shown by larger families and fleet operators in such a vehicle.
Based on the award winning Nissan LEAF the new vehicle can range up to 106 miles on a single charge and can be recharged at up to 80% of full capacity in 30 minutes, plus the e-NV200 is reported to have running costs of just two pence per mile, saving drivers up to £2,500 over three years when compared with diesel vehicles.
The new e-NV200 will be available as either; a panel van, fiver or seven seat combi, and a five or seven seat Evalia.
Arriving in UK showrooms this summer, the new seven seat vehicle called the Evalia, will cost from £19,895 for buyers who use Nissan's Flex Battery leasing option (incorporating the new Government Plug-In Car Grant), or £23,400 for those who buy the vehicle outright (including the Government grant).