Nissan has revealed prices of the seven-seat version of its E-NV200 electric van, which goes on sale in July.
The model, which the brand claimed is the world’s first seven-seat MPV, is priced from £19,895, including the Government’s Plug-in Car Grant, for customers choosing the Nissan Flex battery leasing option and from £23,400, including the grant, for those purchasing the vehicle outright.
The flagship E-NV200 Evalia Rapid Plus 7-Seater costs £22,255, excluding the battery lease and £27,260 as an outright purchase.
Monthly battery rental charges start at £73.20 for a 36 month period based on 6000 miles a year and rise to £127,000 for 12 months at 15,000 miles annually.
Prices for the E-NV200 van range start at £13,570 with Flex battery leasing or £16,740 as an outright purchase for the entry level Acenta version and rise to £16,330 and £19,500, respectively for the Tekna Rapid Plus trim level.
The van range excludes VAT and includes the Government’s 20% Plug-in Van Grant (up to £8000).
Prices for the people-carrying Combi and Evalia derivatives include VAT and the Plug-in Car Grant, which covers 35% of the list price up to £5000.