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|Nissan||NV400 2.3 DCi 125 (RWD) SE L3H2 3500 Crew Van||2015||Panel Vans Large||£18,995.00|
|Nissan NV400 2.3 DCi 125 (RWD) SE L3H2 3500 Crew Van - 7 Seater,Air Conditioning,Alarm,Anti-Lock Brakes,Central Locking,Cloth interior ,Compact Disc Player,Computer,Cruise-Control,Drivers Air Bag,Electric Windows,Front Fog Lamps,Ipod Preparation,Radio/CD
|Nissan||NV400 2.3dCi (125PS) SE L3H2 R3500 SRW Semi-Automatic||2014||Panel Vans Large||£18,995.00|
|Nissan NV400 2.3dCi (125PS) SE L3H2 R3500 SRW Semi-Automatic - Van Cloth, Grey, Anti-lock braking system (ABS), Cruise control, Driver's airbag, Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Power assisted steering (PAS), Radio/single CD, Remote central locking, Electric
Nissan's new heavy van the NV400 replaces the outgoing Interstar. Related to the Vauxhall Movano and Renault Master, the NV400’s distinctively different ‘face’ was designed in the UK in Paddington and engineered by Nissan Technical Centre in Bedfordshire.
The NV400 ranges spans gross vehicle weights (GVW) ranging from 2.8t to 4.5t. and, for the first time on a van, Nissan can offer the choice of front or rear-wheel drive versions. The NV400 also comes in three wheelbase versions, four different lengths, three different heights and with cargo volumes ranging from 8m3 to 17m3. There are three power options plus six-speed manual and robotised transmissions.
Factory-bodied conversions are now also available – dropsides, tippers, combis and minibuses, whilst a range of ‘good to go’ versions will be made available through UK converters – still sold ready bodied via the Nissan dealer network.
Power comes from a newly developed direct injection, four-cylinder, 16-valve turbodiesel engine. At 2.3-litres it is smaller than the Interstar's 2.5-dCi unit yet power outputs are the same - 100, 125 and 150PS - and torque figures have improved to 285, 310 and 350 Nm respectively. All are Euro 5 compliant and enjoy lower running costs thanks to improved economy and to major service intervals which have been extended to 25,000 miles or every two years.
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