The Japanese based automaker Nissan has presented its new competitor for the heavy van segment, the NV400, which will be launched soon on the European auto market, coming with front and rear-wheel drive options and a new engine in three outputs, meeting the Euro 5 emission standards.
“The bold Nissan look helps us differentiate NV400 from its competitors and gives us a distinctive face in the market. With theNV200 and now NV400, there is no doubt Nissan means attractive functionality and great choice in the LCV market”, said the Nissan VP, Sergio Alcaraz.
According to the Japanese manufacturer, the new NV400 is powered by a 2.3 liter turbodiesel engine which is being offered in three outputs, 100, 125 and 150 horsepower, all of them meeting the Euro 5 emission standards.
The new Nissan NV400 is promising improved economy and major service intervals, being extended to 40.000 kilometers or two years. The NV400 is offered as a combi, crew van, panel van, box-body and dropside, but the Japanese automaker didn’t officially announce its price yet.
Developed in a Renault partnership, the Nissan NV400 is having an unique design with its fresh bonnet, front wings, headlamps with integrated daytime running lights, front bumper and grille.