Nissan launches European NV200 fridge van image

Due to strong fleet and business demand for a bespoke refrigerated vehicle, the Nissan NV200 Fridge van is now available from Nissan dealerships in UK, with prices starting at £19,375.

Aimed at fresh food and catering businesses, the NV200 Fridge has been specially converted to meet their rigorous demands, with the possibility to refrigerate to 0 degrees Celsius and still leave 2.2 cubic meters of pure load space, designed to keep deliveries in optimum condition. This is all achieved through a conversion undertaken by European temperature-controlled specialist Gruau.

The interior is lined with an insulated cell, comprised of molded polyester-polyurethane panels to provide high-thermal efficiency and to maximize the volume of the van. The compact cooling unit fitted is manufactured by Carrier and is mounted on the roof, with a slight protrusion on top of the vehicle being the only external difference from the standard NV200.

The combination of the insulated cell and the cooling unit adds just 215kg to the weight of the vehicle and the NV200 Fridge comes fitted with Nissan’s 1.5 litre dCi turbodiesel engine, low on both fuel consumption and emissions. The van produces just 129g of CO2 emissions and delivers an impressive 57.7mpg, meaning users can go further between fill-ups.

The NV200 Fridge offers an overnight standby feature with the vehicle able to be plugged into a 230V socket to ensure the contents are kept cold. There is also a temperature indicator and control unit in the cab that allows conditions in the refrigerated compartment to be both monitored and controlled.