Nissan E Nv200 Price and Specification | Electrifying

Nissan e-NV200 Review

Price: £20,005 - £33,955

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7/10

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We're all rather fond of a practical workhorse and although it's getting on a bit, this is one of the few electric offerings around on sale right now that's up for the job. 


  • Battery size: 40kWh
  • Miles per kWh: 3.35
  • E-Rating™: D

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  • Max charge rate: 50 kW
  • Range: 124 miles
  • Battery size: 40kWh
  • Miles per kWh: 3.35
  • E-Rating™: D

    Click here to find out more about our electric car Efficiency Rating.​

  • Max charge rate: 50 kW
  • Range: 124 miles
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  • Electrifying.com E-Rating D
Driven and reviewed by Electrifying.com・ Published: 2/03/2020・Updated: 6/12/2022

Ginny Says

“It's no secret that I'm a big fan of the Nissan Leaf and van drivers can benefit from the same technology, as the e-NV200 uses exactly the same tech but in a larger-than-average small van and the driving range is the best out of the electric vans on the market.”

Tom Says

“It has got loads of space and can seat up to seven, so it's certainly practical and I like the app that lets you do things like start the air-con whilst it's still charing. It works well for last-mile deliveries, or if you work in city centres with congestion charging.”

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The e-NV200 isn’t that cheap to buy, but the government grants, low running costs and toll exemptions could make it a compelling case.

  • Price:£20,005 - £33,955 (after grants)
  • Full charge cost (approx. – based on home charging):£6.56
  • Company car tax:Evalia 0% (2020-2021) Flat rate (van)
  • Insurance group:22-23
  • Warranty Vehicle:3 year 60,000 mi
  • Battery & Drive Unit:5 year 60,000 mi

Pricing

The e-NV200 price list is a confusing place, as there is a complex web of grants, taxes and costs which make it tricky to compare, especially as the Combi is classed as a car rather than a van.

As vans currently have a government grant of 20% off the list price, the e-NV200 starts at a fiver over £20,000 without the VAT, which is refundable for most businesses. There are two posher versions which add around £1,500 in steps up and add some useful goodies and safety essentials. We’d pick the mid-range Acenta unless we really didn’t like our employees. 

The Winter Pack of a heated seat and steering wheel might seem extravagant at £550 but is essential to make sure you are only using precious battery power to heat the driver rather than the whole van.

As the Combi is classed as a car rather than a van, it is only entitled to a £3,000 rebate from the government which, together with the VAT, makes the passenger version look proportionally more expensive. The cheapest Combi is £29,755 and the priciest is over £34,000. 

Running costs

Commercial vehicles tend to be bought with the head rather than the heart, so accountants and fleet managers will have crunched the numbers to make sure an e-NV200 makes financial sense for their business. 

The biggest cost, after the purchase or lease charges, will be fuel. This is where the e-NV200 will clean up – literally – as a full charge at average rates will cost less than a gallon of diesel. If you are in town, where diesels are less economical, the Nissan actually gets a longer range and could cover 180 miles.  

Servicing is cheaper too, as there are fewer filters and fluids to change and – crucially for a vehicle which spends a lot of time in traffic – no diesel particulate filter to get clogged.  On average it should be less than £200 per year, depending on mileage. 

The only possible wrinkle is insurance, as the e-NV is in group 22 or 23 – that’s high compared to a diesel van.

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