Review: Nissan NV250 (2019 – 2021)

Will carry payloads weighing up to 800kg, advertsied economy exceeds 60mpg, five-year-warranty supplied as standard.

Based on the ageing Renault Kangoo van.

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14 May 2019 Nissan launches NV250

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Nissan NV250 (2019 – 2021): At A Glance

The NV250 is based on the Renault Kangoo panel van, but promises better value with Nissan's five-year/100,000 mile warranty supplied as standard. 

Like its French stablemate, the NV250 is available in L1 and L2 load lengths and is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-litre turbodiesel engine. Payloads range from 650kg - 800kg, which puts the NV250 behind the 1000kg maximum payload of the Transit Connect.

Load lengths for the panel van span from 2.1 - 2.9 metres, with the largest versions providing 4.6 cubic metres of load space. Unlike the NV200, the NV250 will allow more customisation options for racking and panelling. Combi versions can also be modified for wheelchair accessibility. 

The NV250 panel van is powered by 1.5-litre turbodiesel engine, with 80PS, 95PS or 115PS outputs and can be configured with two or three front seats. The crew cab (limited to L2 bodystyles) provides five seats and is available with 95PS or 115PS. Nissan will not offer an electric powertrain, which means the NV250 is diesel-only.

Depending on bodystyle and engine output, the NV250 will return an official 56mpg - 64mpg. It will also meet the latest Euro6D emission standards and be exempt from urban pollution charges like the London ULEZ. Buyers will also get the option of Extended Grip, which adds all-season tyres and enhanced traction control that will allow the front-wheel drive van cope with wintery roads. 

What does a Nissan NV250 (2019 – 2021) cost?