The successor to the Primastar, the new model sits between the NV200 and NV400 in the line-up and is intended to reinforce the brand’s success in the medium van segment.
The NV300 is available as a panel van, crew van and as a combi passenger vehicle with seating for up to nine people. In addition, a platform cab version is offered as a ‘rolling chassis’, providing a platform for bespoke conversions.
Panel van options include a short or long wheelbase, each available in two heights and all (except the crew van) able to carry a minimum of three Europallets. There are also a large number of rear tailgate and side door combinations – solid or glazed – to provide further customisation.
Three trims are on offer: the familiar entry-level Visia, mid-range Acenta and range-topping Tekna.
Engine choice covers four outputs of Nissan’s Euro 6 compliant 1.6-litre dCi diesel engine, with 95hp, 120hp, 125hp and 145hp – all mated with a six-speed manual transmission. The unit features Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology using AdBlue, and offers fuel returns of up to 50.4 mpg (combined cycle) and emissions from 145g/km CO2.
The NV300 also offers improved running costs sand TCO thanks to extended service intervals of two years / 25,000 miles.
Prices for the Nissan NV300 are as follows:
Panel van: from £21,300 OTR excluding VAT
Crew van: from £24,640 OTR excluding VAT
Platform cab: from £24,285 OTR excluding VAT
Combi: from £29,370 OTR