Converted Nissan e-NV200 Dalbury E Electric Campervan Review
Introduction of the Nissan e-NV200 creates new opportunities for companies like Hillside Leisure (builder of campervans) to easily offer all-electric versions.
And here is the Dalbury E, reviewed recently by campervan owner and blogger Richard Mackney.
“The Campervan Conversion
Once I got over the initial excitement of this being an all Electric Vehicle with all the advantages of zero emission and lower fuel costs my thoughts turned to the campervan conversion. Hillside leisure are no newcomers to the Nissan NV200 and have already produced a successful conversion based on the existing fossil fuel version of the van. It’s designed to be a micro compact camper and cleverly uses all of the space available and although the interior is reminiscent of a traditional VW side conversion, it’s nearly 3 foot shorter and a few inches narrower than a VW Transporter allowing for much easier parking and day to day use.”
While the the whole review can be found here, we just would like to point out that electric campervans could be a perfect solution (plugs are almost always readily available) for those who like to travel to nearby campsites, while doing little to no harm to the environment in which they are overnighting.
In the UK, thecost of the e-NV200 campervan begins at £33,995 ($51,500). Here we extracted a few videos from the review, which provides us glimpses of the converted electric camper:
Source: Hillside Leisure