Nissan’s new NV300 van, the successor to the highly popular Primastar, has arrived at dealerships across the UK, with prices ranging from £21,300 for the Panel van to £29,370 for the Combi model.
The NV300 is available as a crew van, panel van and a combi passenger able to seat as many as nine people – though it’s the platform cab version that’s best suited for bespoke conversions thanks to its “rolling chassis” characteristics.
Further specifications include a choice of short or long wheelbase, each available in two heights. There are also plenty of rear tailgate and side door combinations (solid or glazed) that maximize the NV300’s customization potential.
There are three distinct trim levels in total, ranging from the entry-level Vista, to the mid-range Acenta and the range-topping Tekna – each version packing Nissan’s advanced safety features in line with the automaker’s Intelligent Mobility strategy.
The NV300 is available solely with a 1.6-liter dCi diesel in four power outputs (95 HP, 120 HP, 125 HP and 145 HP), all paired to a six-speed manual transmission.