Nissan has announced that the prices of its new e-NV200 will start from £13,393.
£13,393 buys you the entry-level Nissan e-NV200 Acenta van, as long as you purchase it with a lease package for the battery. The outright price without deductions for the vehicle is £16,562.20, which includes an £8000 UK Government grant that applies to all UK-sold plug-in vans. Five-seater ‘combi models’ are eligible for an electric car grant of £5000.
The van also comes with an exemption from the yearly road tax, as well exemption from London Congestion Charge.
Furthermore, the high-spec Tekna Rapid Plus models - e-NV200 (£19,324) and five seater (£26,309) - come with an accelerated charging kit that reduces recharge time from four hours to just under 40 minutes. And all models come with standard rear view camera and power-folding mirrors.
But here’s the question...is the Nissan e-NV200 actually worth the money?
The city of London seems to think so, with the Nissan e-NV200 set to replace the classic London black cabs from 2015. And aside from the obvious benefits to the environment of running ‘zero emission’ vehicles, Nissan claims that the e-NV200 will have a running cost that’s a mere fraction of the costs of running a diesel van.
And whilst the battery rental package for the van will cost you between £61 to £109 per month, Nissan’s figures show the e-NV200 costing as little as two pence per mile to run.
So with figures like this, the e-NV200 has positioned itself as an option that’s well-worth considering.
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