Nissan has received extremely positive feedback from the fleet industry on its new e-NV200 electric van when it was showcased in late 2012.
Combining the best of two multi-award winning vehicles - Nissan LEAF and Nissan NV200 - the innovative Nissan e-NV200 is set to cement the company's position as the global leader in zero-emission mobility when production starts in 2013 financial year.
Nissan has announced more detailed specification and prices for its new range of factory built NV400 conversions, including a six and nine seat minibus, a crew van and both single and double cab dropside and tipper conversions.
Nissan's bold plan to double its share of Europe's LCV market within three years has been given a boost by the arrival of NV400, the company's new heavy van.
Nissan will begin global proving tests starting July 2011 of an electric vehicle (EV) based on the compact commercial vehicle NV200.
What do you do with a small van that’s swept the board with awards from every corner of the LCV market? You make it even better.
New York is “hailing” a new era of urban mobility today, as the city with the United States’ largest taxi fleet has selected Nissan to design and supply the next-generation “Taxi of Tomorrow.”
Nissan's all new NV400 will present a unique, distinctive proposition in the LCV market when sales begin in 2011. NV400, a big brother to NV200 and being given its world debut at Hanover, adopts a bold interpretation of Nissan's familiar ‘balanced angle strut' grille giving it genuine on-road presence.
The award winning Nissan commercial vehicle range will get even bigger at the Birmingham CV show next month. The company’s new large van, the NV400 will be making its UK premiere at the CV show to be held at the NEC.
Nissan extents the award winning NV200 line up with an all new refrigerated vehicle conversion thanks to excellent partnership implemented with well known Gruau SA.
Nissan has unveiled the all New Nissan NV400 heavy van. “In front of you is Nissan’s response to the customers that need a reliable, efficient and capable van.
Nissan aims to become a major global player in the LCV market with an aggressive new product plan that promises three new models every year from 2011 to 2013. And the campaign to become a leading manufacturer of light commercial vehicles starts now.
Milton Keynes landscaping and grounds maintenance specialists, Land Structure Ltd., have taken delivery of their first two Nissan Interstar vans and they are hard at work in and around the city delivering the company’s mantra, “Helping Nature Look It’s Best”.
Nothing works harder than Nissan’s Commercial Vehicles – but their drivers have never had it so good. Four new Nissan CV centres have now opened their doors in the UK, adding to the already well established network of 62 sites.
Anyone who’s anyone in the world of commercial vehicles will be heading to the CV Operator Show next month - and Nissan looks set to be the star attraction.
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