Tullamore Nissan is encouraging fellow businesses in the Midlands to make a positive change to their carbon footprint as well as their operating costs in 2019 with the 100 percent electric Nissan e-NV200 van.
The dealership is inviting companies to give the advanced light commercial a try after the Nissan e-NV200 reaffirmed its class-winning status by achieving the ‘Green’ award at the What Van awards 2019.
“With the Nissan e-NV200 once again being recognised as the benchmark pure-electric van and with the government announcing the Climate Action Plan 2019, now’s the ideal time for business customers to make the switch from a conventional van to the 100 per cent electric e-NV200.
“What’s more, customers will find it’s every bit as practical as a similar-sized van with a traditional engine, offering a 705kg payload and enough space to swallow two Euro pallets. Of course, they’ll also be safe in the knowledge that they’re saving on fuel, maintenance and, importantly, are doing their bit to protect their local environment," Andy Marsh, Tullamore Nissan, commented.
Recently enhanced with the 40kWh battery that provides 60 percent more range, the Nissan e-NV200 can cover 200-300 km (WLTP City and Combined cycle ) between charges. It is currently the Europe’s best-selling all-electric van and and in addition to the panel van offers the Combi people-carrier version.
Automatic transmission, instant torque and near silent running, also add to the e-NV200’s appeal. Using a rapid charger, it can be charged from 20 to 80 percent in 40 to 60 minutes.
Using the NissanConnect EV app, e-NV200 owners can also digitally track and log driver reports, check information on battery charge level, start charging and set the vehicle’s climate control remotely, using their smartphone, tablet or computer.
To find out more about the e-NV200, priced from €33,995 after SEAI Grant visit Tullamore Nissan, Burlington Business Park, Tullamore, Co. Offaly, or call the showroom on 057 9329170.