The Nissan e-NV200 has been the backbone of the Nissan Commercial Vehicle electric van offering for over 10 years, indeed it’s probably safe to say its been the best selling electric van in the UK over that time. Initially the diesel version outsold the e-NV200 well until the last three or four years but sales of the electric version were so strong in the latter years they decided for the last couple of years, only the electric version would be available, therefore dropping the 1.5 diesel variant. Nissan have recently announced the replacement of the e-NV200 but there are still many in dealer stocks So what are the key dimensions of this stalwart of the alternative fuel sector.
The e-NV200 is an interesting van, in that, the vehicle sits in between the small and medium van sector but has a much smaller ‘footprint’ than many of them. Keeping it simple there is only one van model based on a 2725mm wheelbase which results in an overall length of 4560mm and the width without the mirrors is 1755mm, finally the overall height when unladen is 1755mm.
With one wheelbase and one roof height the dimension of the cargo area are pretty simple, starting with the internal width which is 1500mm and this reduces to 1220mm between the wheel arches but this still allows a metric or euro pallet to fit lengths – just be careful of any plying lining etc. The maximum available load length is 2800mm if the optional folding mesh partition wall is included and the interior height is 1360mm with the rear load height is 524mm. This results in an overall cargo area capacity of 4.2 cubic metres.
Nissan e-NV200 Cargo Doors
A side load door is standard on the e-NV200 and it measures 700mm at its widest section and is 1171mm high, the rear cargo doors width match virtually the width between the wheel arches at 1262mm and they are 1228 high.