Nissan E-NV200 Combi

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    JS
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    whats peoples thoughts on the added Electric combi?  is it a step in the right direction

    ive only briefly had a brief look but im sure it would suit some especially those that have a need for more seats on accasions or needs space for equipment etc, with other combi vans alot higher in price is the nissan good value, does it appeal ?

    https://www.nissan.co.uk/

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    gothitjulie
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    Fairly short range, based on the Nissan Leaf electrics, it’s an option if you don’t go far but not CCS charging.

     

    Bjorn Nyland got to test it in Tenerife & Norway a couple of years ago so recorded a lot of range tests etc.

     

    Rapidgates.

     

    https://ev-database.uk/car/1117/Nissan-e-NV200-Combi

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    #114447 Reply

    wmcforum
    Which Mobility Car

    I have been driven in one, a campsite we stayed at in France had one to run people into town. It was okay, nice seating position, bit tight in the rear two seats. Large AP for what is a pretty basic vehicle.

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    Volts
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    Very old now it terms of Electric Vehicles and what they are capable of, Its based on the Nissan Leaf 1st Generation technology so comes with the drawbacks of that and a short range (as already mentioned) of 120 Miles ish.

    Shame as its a electric van which appeals to me space wise

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