By John Simpson 21 October 2011
Nissan will have doubled its share of the European LCV market by 2014 if the new NV400 heavy van performs as expected.
Sergio Alcaraz, Vice President of Nissan’s LCV Business Unit, claims there is more to the new van than just its individual look with practicality and flexibility also serving as major selling points.
The new NV400 can carry gross vehicle weights of between 2.8 and 4.5 tonnes with cargo volumes of 8m3 to 17m3.
“With NV200 and now NV400, there is no doubt Nissan offers attractive functionality and great choice in the LCV market,” says Sergio.
Coming in three wheelbase versions, four different lengths, three different heights, customers can also choose from three power options plus six-speed manual and robotised transmissions.
“The NV400 is very versatile and offers a solution to each need in the heavy van sector,” added Alcaraz.
“It is much more than a replacement for Interstar and takes us into a much wider market segment thanks to the great breadth and depth of the range.”
Available right now, prices start at £18,995 excluding VAT.