New Crew Van joins Nissan Townstar line-up

Nissan has announced a new Crew Van variant of its Nissan Townstar small van, which will be offered in both fully electric and petrol versions priced from £26,125 + VAT.

The Crew Van is based on the longer L2 version of the Nissan Townstar and comes with rear seats and a second bulkhead that can be folded away when not required, but when in situ turns the van into a five-seater.

It comes with sliding side doors on both sides and three individual three-point rear seatbelts, with a maximum load capacity of 3.1 cubic metres. The doors also come with hinged opening windows and the total payload is 730kg.

The Nissan Townstar Crew Van is offered in both petrol and fully electric form. The petrol model uses a 130PS turbocharged 1.3-litre engine while the electric model has a 122PS electric motor and a 45kWh battery, delivering a WLTP-measured range of up to 162 miles.

The battery can be charged at 11kW or 22kW AC, or 80kW DC, with the ability to charge from 15 to 80% in around 37 minutes using a public fast charger.

There is one trim level, with a touchscreen, smartphone mirroring and safety equipment including intelligent speed assistance with traffic sign recognition, lane keeping assistance, blind spot detection, 360 degreee surround view cameras and parking sensors.

The Nissan Townstar Crew Van comes with Nissan’s standard five-year/100,000-mile warranty and eight years/100,000 miles for the EV battery warranty.

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