Right, are you paying attention? The pricing of the e-NV200 requires a bit of working through. Unlike the diesel van, customers can either choose to buy e-NV200 outright or opt for the 'Flex' option, which involves leasing the battery, therefore reducing the upfront purchase price. Whichever option they choose, these e-NV200 models qualify for a Government grant - up to £8,000 as a Plug In Van Grant for the van. And up to £5,000 as a Plug In Car Grant for the five-seater combi passenger version.
Prices for the seven-seat version start at around £20,000 (incorporating offers and the Government Plug-In Car Grant) for those choosing the convenience of the Nissan Flex battery leasing option, and from about £24,500 (inc PiCG) for those purchasing outright.
The van in Acenta trim includes equipment like a rear view camera, electric windows and iPod/MP3 stereo compatibility. You can also go for the Acenta Rapid, which includes a rapid charge facility or the Rapid Plus which includes onboard 6.6kW on-board fast charging. Tekna trim (available in Rapid or Rapid Plus guises) includes more safety gear, cruise control, a multifunction steering wheel, a loadbay protector, four speakers rather than two, coloured bumpers and alloy wheels.