Text: AutoIndustriya.com / Photos: Nissan | posted September 26, 2016 07:56
Available as a panel, crew or combi passenger van
Nissan Motors has just rolled out the all-new NV300 which replaces the outgoing Primastar. The Japanese automaker said that the NV300 will be available in three variations; panel van, crew van, and a combi passenger vehicle.
In addition, it is backed by Nissan's five-year/160,000 km warranty of which includes all Nissan genuine accessories equipped to the vehicle.
Starting with the exterior, the Nissan NV300 has been purposely designed to integrate with the brand's existing range of LCVs and crossovers such as the Qashqai, Juke, and X-Trail. It gets the brand's revamped V-motion front grill, along with 16-inch steel rims. Smaller 12-inch wheels can also be specified.
It will be available in 10 exterior colors with four solid finishes such as Magma Red, Mole Gray, Glacier White, and Bamboo Green. Metallic finishes, on the other hand are Oyster Gray, Mercury Gray, Jet Black, Panorama Blue, Copper Brown, and Stone.
Inside the all-new NV300, it is equipped with a fully adjustable cockpit-style driving position and mobile office modularity that allows drivers to specifiy features. Aside from this, it is also fitted with NissanConnect infotainment system which comes with sat-nav, DAB digital radio, Siri voice control (for iPhone users), rear view camera and USB map update.
Other amenities include a smartphone cradle, tablet docking station, laptop storage solution, cupholders and a delivery note holder. There are also two seat choices that will come with height- and lumbar- adjust. two seats can also hold up to 89 litres of storage space, the choice of two seats with adjustable height, and lumbar adjustment and an arm rest.
The NV300 is powered by a 1.6-liter dCi diesel engine. It is available in four output ratings: 95 PS, 120 PS, 125 PS and 145 PS. The first two engines use a single turbo, while the latter pair are helped along with a twin turbo system. All are mated to a six-speed manual transmission.
Nissan's new mid-sized van is built at the Renault-Nissan Alliance plant on Sandouville, France and goes on sale across Europe starting in November.