The autonomy increases by a hundred kilometers.
Even if it does not run the streets, the Nissan e-NV200 leads a decent career and even ranks first in sales of electric utilities in Europe. First of all destined for the city, it now gains in versatility by adopting new batteries of 40 kWh.
According to Nissan, its autonomy is now 280 km in NEDC cycle, which represents a gain of about 100 km compared to the previous version. Note in passing that the appearance of new batteries has no consequence on the weight and the volume of loading (4.2 m 2 maximum). The maximum payload is maintained at about 700 kilos (694 kilos to be precise).
As for the engine, there is a 100% electric block unchanged, strong of 109 bhp and 254 Nm of torque. A little light to move the 1556 kilograms of the Nissan van, which is the rest of a 0 to 100 km / h in 14 seconds and a top speed of 123 km / h.
For the moment, Nissan does not communicate the rates or dates of the first deliveries. The builder announces however that orders will be opened before the end of the year. The range will consist of two versions, the stricto sensu van and the Evalia ludospace.
Also equipped with 40 kWh batteries, the new Leaf offers an autonomy of 378 km in NEDC cycle. Its 150 hp engine gives it more interesting performance, for example with a top speed of 144 km / h.