Nissan Prices e-NV200 in UK

3 years ago by Mark Kane 14

Nissan e-NV200 and LEAF

Nissan e-NV200 and LEAF

Nissan e-NV200

Nissan e-NV200

As general sales of the e-NV200 in the UK are set to start in approximately one month, Nissan finally released pricing for its second electric vehicle.

Due to several types, trim levels, battery lease options and plug-in incentives, the table with prices is huge. First of all, there will be a panel van version and five-seat combi in two trim levels Acenta and Tekna (we didn’t spot the “more luxurious” Evalia).

Cheapest Acenta van starts from £21,775 (without VAT, but with first reg. fee of £55) or £16,562.20 including £8,000 Plug In Van Grant (PiVG), which is about $28,000.

Passenger combi version starts from £27,859 (with VAT and with first reg. fee of £55) or £22,859 including £5,000 Plug In Car Grant (PiCG), which is over $38,500.

“e-NV200 drivers can expect to benefit from up to £2,500* of fuel savings with the vehicle costing 2 pence per mile, while maintenance costs will be reduced by £575* based on servicing, parts and wear and tear. In addition, those that opt for the all-electric e-NV200 will pay no road tax and will be exempt from the London Congestion Charge.”

Nissan e-NV200

Nissan e-NV200

“But Nissan has added to the model’s appeal with a pricing structure that provides the ultimate in convenience and flexibility. Customers can either choose to buy e-NV200 outright or opt for ‘Flex’ – an affordable battery leasing option that reduces the initial purchase price. Whichever option they choose, 100% electric e-NV200 models qualify for a Government grant – up to £8,000 Plug In Van Grant (PiVG) for the panel van, and up to £5,000 Plug In Car Grant (PiCG) for the five-seater combi.”

“With the Government incentive, the e-NV200 van, in entry level Acenta trim, can be purchased outright for just £16,562.20 while the similarly specced combi is priced at £22,859. Meanwhile, those choosing the Flex option, with monthly battery rental starting from £61 per month will see their initial outlay (incorporating PiVG/PiCG) on the same Acenta level van and combi fall to just £13,393 and £17,855 respectively.”

Let’s look at the pricing table:

Full Pricing

FLEX (BUY – LEASE)**

BUY – BUY

GRADE

OTR w/ GRANT

OTR w/o GRANT

OTR w/ GRANT

OTR w/o GRANT

VAN

ACENTA

£13,393

£17,605

£16,562.20

£21,775

ACENTA RAPID

£14,259.40

£18,745

£17,428.60

£22,915

ACENTA RAPID PLUS

£14,681.20

£19,300

£17,850.40

£23,470

TEKNA RAPID

£15,733.80

£20,685

£18,903.00

£24,855

TEKNA RAPID PLUS

£16,155.60

£21,240

£19,324.80

£25,410

COMBI 5 SEATS

ACENTA

£17,855

£22,855

£22,859

£27,859

ACENTA RAPID PLUS

£19,349

£24,350

£24,353

£29,353

TEKNA RAPID

£20,639

£25,640

£25,643

£30,643

TEKNA RAPID PLUS

£21,305

£26,305

£26,309

£31,309

OTR for VAN excludes VAT, includes First reg. fee of £55

OTR for COMBI includes VAT, includes First reg fee of £55

Incentive for VAN (PiVG) is 20% up to a maximum of £8,000

Incentive for COMBI (PiCG) is 20% up to a maximum of £5,000

* Above figures are based on prices as of May 2014 and calculated for a utilisation period of 4 years and 9,375 miles per year.

**Subject to monthly battery rental starting at £61 per month

Battery Lease Grid

Mileage/year

Contract term

< 6,000

9,000

12,000

15,000

36 months+

£61.00

£63.00

£75.00

£88.00

24 months

£70.00

£72.00

£84.00

£97.00

12 months

£79.00

£81.00

£93.00

£106.00

For the vans, base Acenta will have:

Nissan e-NV200

Nissan e-NV200

Acenta:

  • Luggage slide hook (slide type) & parcel tray
  • Full metal partition with window
  • 2 speaker CD/FM audio system with MP3/iPod compatibility
  • Rear view camera
  • Steel spare wheel
  • Cable Mode3 32A T2
  • Electric door mirrors
  • 15″ steel wheels
  • ABS/VDC
  • iKEY
  • Front power windows
  • 2 side sliding doors
  • French back doors with panel
  • x2 speakers

…and 3.3 kW on-board charger. Acenta Rapid will be over £1,140 more expensive (over $1,900) just to get CHAdeMO DC fast charging option.

Nissan e-NV200

Nissan e-NV200

And if someone would like to spend £555 (over $900) more for Acenta Rapid Plus, you then get 6.6 kW.

Tekna Rapid is upgraded Acenta Rapid Plus with some additional features:

Tekna Rapid (additional features over Acenta Rapid Plus)

  • Carwings
  • Cruise control
  • Safety pack
  • Full airbag pack
  • Multifunctional steering wheel
  • Luggage floor protector (standard)
  • x4 speakers
  • 15″ alloy wheels
  • Coloured bumpers

Available Options Across Grades (excl VAT)

OPTIONS

PRICES
(EXCL. VAT)

(1)

Safety Pack

£360

– Front fog lamps

– Passenger airbag

(2)

Cold pack

£130

– Heated front seats

– Heated steering wheel

– Heated door mirrors

– Electric door mirrors

(3)

Fast (6.6kW) charging

£555

(4)

Glazed French rear doors

£150

(5)

NissanConnect navigation system

£500

(6)

Air conditioning

£450

(7)

Full mesh partition

£130

 

Similar differences are on the 5-seat combi e-NV200:

Equipment summary (5-seat combi)

 Acenta:

  • Luggage floor trim
  • x2 speakers
  • Cruise control
  • Driver adjustable speed limiter
  • CD/FM audio system with MP3/iPod compatibility
  • Rear view camera
  • Air conditioning
  • Steel spare wheel
  • Cable Mode3 32A T2
  • Electric doors mirrors
  • Coloured bumpers
  • 15″ steel wheels
  • ABS/VDC
  • i-KEY
  • Front power windows
  • TPMS (Tire pressure monitoring system)
  • 2 side sliding doors
  • Back door with Tailgate
  • 2nd row bench (Folding + ISOFIX)
  • Green tinted glass (2nd row)
  • Rear window defroster with wiper
  • Full Airbag pack (Side + curtain + passenger airbags)

Acenta Rapid Plus (additional features over Acenta)

  • Rapid charging
  • Fast Charging (6.6kW on-board)

Tekna Rapid (additional features over Acenta Rapid Plus)

  • Carwings
  • Cruise control
  • Safety pack
  • French back doors with panel
  • Multifunctional steering wheel
  • Luggage floor protector (standard)
  • x4 speakers
  • 15″ alloy wheels

Tekna Rapid Plus (additional features over Tekna Rapid)

  • Fast Charging (6.6kW on-board)

Available Options Across Grades (excl VAT)

OPTIONS

PRICES
(EXCL. VAT)

(1)

Cold pack

£130

– Heated front seats

– Heated steering wheel

– Heated door mirrors

– Electric door mirrors

(2)

Rapid charging

£1,270

(ACENTA only)

(3)

Fast (6.6kW) charging

£555

(4)

Sliding 2nd row windows

£90

(5)

NissanConnect navigation system

£500

(6)

Air conditioning

£450

(7)

Front fog lamps

£140

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14 responses to "Nissan Prices e-NV200 in UK"

  1. evnow says:

    How does it compare to Leaf prices ?

    1. Alok says:

      Lowest trim, incl. VAT, with batteries, before £5,000 subsidy:

      – Leaf, £26,490
      – e-NV200, Combi 5 seats, £27,859

      1. evnow says:

        Nice – so the van is some 1.5k more than Leaf.

        1. Big Solar says:

          Do we know when these will arrive in the US? I really want one. Will they be built here in TN?

          1. Jay Cole says:

            The e-NV200 is coming for the US, but it does not appear on the 2015 MY schedule, so your looking likely at summer of next year…I imagine it will always be built out of the Barcelona plant; certainly absolutely no plans to build it in Smyrna right now.

            1. Big Solar says:

              Thanks a lot Jay.

  2. Thomas says:

    “£21,775 (without VAT, but with first reg. fee of £55) or £16,562.20 including £8,000 PiVG.”
    That’s not 8,000 in my books.
    Its also not a straight 20% less however. Closest I can imagine is that the PiVG is calculated from the imaginary price with VAT.

    1. Alok says:

      It seems the subsidy for the van is 24% of the price without VAT, and without the £55 reg. fee, (up to £8,000).
      (16,562.20 – 55)/(21,775 – 55)= 0.76
      (or 1-0.24)

      It works the same for the higher trims’ prices.

      1. Thomas says:

        20% of 120% (20% VAT) actually equals 24% of 100% 😉

        1. Alok says:

          Right!
          So, your assumption was… “closer than you would have imagined”… 😉

        2. Alok says:

          Congratulations for your guess!

  3. Bonaire says:

    This is a great model. GM and Ford are both capable of doing this. Why aren’t they? Ford needs to put the guts of the focus EV into the Transit Connect for its next generation electric version of the transit connect. Isn’t GM going to rebrand the Nissan E-NV200 as their own model in 2016? i would rather they build one eventually but rebranding may work out well.

    1. Big Solar says:

      Were the 2011 Transit Connect EV pretty good? I noticed they were originally priced at like 58K!! Used are cheap now if you can find one.

      1. Spec9 says:

        They bombed pretty badly. They were expensive and had short range. Outsourced kludge.

        I think Tesla, Nissan, and, by comparison, Fiat are showing that with EVs, you need to go big or go home.