A 40kWh ENV200 electric van that is just a year old, so benefits from a long warranty remaining and also roadside assistance cover. This one has no VAT either, so will benefit the individual trade person or businesses that aren't VAT registered. These vans have a 4.2m3 cargo volume, 705kg payload and a 410kg towing capacity. Charging is via the 50kW DC rapid charger port (40-60 mins) or the 6.6kW AC port (7 hours).
The Acenta model is mid spec and in addition to the Visa spec has passenger and side airbags, rear camera, cruise control, speed limiter, electric door mirrors and battery cooling and heating. For full details of specifications and dimensions, refer to the Nissan brochure at the bottom of this page.
Watch a video review on this vehicle for a detailed description of the condition.
Model: Nissan E-NV200 Acenta Rapid Plus 24kWh
Date of registration: 27/06/2019
Mileage: 12,450 (this may increase slightly)
Colour: Alabaster white (solid)
The range of a vehicle is dictated by the battery capacity, driving style and temperature. Just like a petrol or diesel vehicle, range is reduced is you drive fast or uneconomically. For further details, see Range Explained.
The official range is 170 miles on the NEDC test, 187 miles on the WLTP city cycle and 124 miles on the WLPT combined cycle.
With real world driving, if you average 4mpkWh, you'll get 152 miles and in winter at an average of 3mpkWh, the range will be around 114 miles. However with economical driving, you will get more and the 190 mile is possible driving at an average of 5mpkWh.
This ENV200 has two charging ports at the front. A 50kW DC Chademo port for public rapid chargers and a 6.6kW type1 (J1772) for all other charging on AC power.
Charge times (from empty) are approx:
40-60 mins to 80% on a 50kW DC rapid charger
7.5 hours to 100% on a 7kW AC charger
21.5 hours to 100% on a 2.3kW portable charger
The van comes with two charge cables - a type1 to type 2 AC charge cable and a portable charger (granny cable) for charging on a normal 240V mains socket.
40kWh 360 volt lithium-ion battery. Battery is owned. The useable capacity is around 38kWh.
The van is in fantastic condition as it has only done 12k miles. Watch the video above for a full review of the condition. Everything works without any fault.
The tyre treat depths: Fronts 5.4/5.2mm, Rears 6.8/6.8mm, Spare 7.6mm.New tyres typically are 6.5-7.5mm tread depth. The legal limit is 1.6mm.
The first MoT isn't due until the van is 3 years old in June 2022.
The van has recently had a Nissan service on 21/07/2020 at 12,323 miles.
Number of owners
1 since new. V5 shows no previous keepers.
The original manufacturer's warranty is 5 years/60,000 miles on EV powertrain, 8 years/100,000 miles on the traction battery and 3 years/60,000 miles on the rest of the van. You also get 3 years roadside assistance. So the warranty cover is to:
26/06/2027 on battery pack
26/06/2024 on EV powertrain
26/06/2022 on rest of van
2 remote keys
Handbooks in wallet
New 5 mtr 32A type1 to type2 charge cable
Nissan 10A portable charger (granny cable)
Home charging equipment
All vehicles from Go Green Autos come with the FREE loan of a portable charger, if the charger is not included with the vehicle. This means you can start using your new EV immediately and charge at home using a standard 3-pin mains socket, until your wall charger is installed. Subject to conditions. See portable charger loan for further information.
Installation of a 'smart' home or workplace charging unit can be be part-funded with the OLEV grant covers £350 towards the costs, so typically end up costing around £400-£750 installed. See Charging for further information.
Home wall charger costs around £400-£750 with the OLEV grant