Nissan gives lowdown on NV400 conversions
Nissan has revealed the costs and more detailed specifications for the new range of factory-built conversions available for the new NV400 LCV.
The conversions include a six and nine-seat minibus and a crew van as well as both single and double-cab dropside and tipper conversions.
Nissan claims that the NV400 offers one of the largest LCV model ranges in the UK, based on the NV400 chassis cab in mid or long-wheelbase variant with either front or rear wheel drive, single and twin rear wheels.
It is available in a total of 13 versions, the basic unit powered by either the 124bhp or 148bhp version of the 2.5dCi diesel.
The factory conversions include the minibus which can accommodate nine people in comfort or combine six people and a useful load space. It comes in engine power options of 99 or 124bhp, with three-point seat belts and anti-lock brakes, and starts from £26,575.
The crew van offers seats for up to seven people and a cargo area with payload specs up to 1,398kg plus front or rear-wheel drive. It costs from £25,565.
Dropside and tipper variants are also on offer, while a range of Good to Go local conversions, can also be specified, including a box van, Luton and refrigerated van, plus a 14-17 seat minibus option.
The Good to Go versions will be built by hand-picked UK converters and sold by Nissan business centres to operators as a complete vehicle. All the conversions are now available to order through dealers.
Words by: Andrew Charman