Review: Nissan Townstar (2022)

Available as a petrol or electric van, offered with lots of useful tech, all versions will tow up to 1500kg.

No diesel version. Not available until 2022.

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27 September 2021 Nissan reveals the all-new Townstar van T

he all-new van is available with a fully electric version in addition to a petrol-powered option Building on the success of the Nissan e-NV200, a pioneer and leader in the electric LCV market, the... Read more

Nissan Townstar (2022): At A Glance

The Nissan Townstar is a new small panel van, based on the same mechanical platform as the latest Renault Kangoo and Mercedes-Benz Citan.

The small van replaces the electric e-NV200 and the diesel NV250 in the Nissan van range and is offered with petrol or electric power. 

The electric Townstar produces 122PS and 245Nm of torque, while its 44kWh battery covers up to 177 miles on a single charge. The battery can be charged from zero to 80 per cent in 42 minutes when hooked up to a public 75kW DC rapid charger. A full battery charge home wallbox will take around seven hours. The petrol version features a 1.3-litre turbocharged  engine that produces 130PS and 240Nm of torque. 

Nissan is expected to offer the Townstar in two load lengths - L1 and L2. The largest versions of the van will offer 4.3 cubic metres of load space, which will carry two Euro pallets weighing a total of 800kg. Both the electric and petrol vans will tow 1500kg, says Nissan.   

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