Nissan NV300 Combi updated
Nissan has introduced a series of upgrades to the NV300 Combi, including a more efficient powertrain2, sharper styling and new safety tech.
The nine-seater van-based people carrier now offers a fully Euro 6D-compliant engine line-up, comprising a 2.0-litre dCi in 110hp, 150hp and 170hp outputs, available with manual gearbox or DCT auto, depending on version.
The NV300 Combi’s exterior has also been made over and now includes the new interlock grille, familiar to Nissan’s LCV line-up and introduced to the NV400 last year. It also gets a new exterior front face, enhanced by new LED headlamps and a Nissan-specific daytime running lamp signature. 17-inch alloy wheels are available on certain grades.
The interior features a completely refreshed cabin, including new dashboard with satin chrome buttons and a dark carbon colour scheme, and gets improved storage volume of more than 88 litres, including 54 litres for the under-passenger seat storage compartment where specified.
The NV300 also gets new advanced driving assistance systems, including Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Traffic Sign Recognition, depending on grade. The vehicle also features two new improved passenger front airbags.
Its multimedia solutions are powered by a multi-touch 8-inch NissanConnect screen, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration.
Dmitry Busurkin, corporate sales & LCV general manager for Nissan Europe, said: “The NV300 was already a versatile Combi for big families and professionals in passenger transport. The new Nissan NV300 is a smart and comfortable people mover, with the upgraded mid-sized van offering more space and convenience to customers.
“The improvements we have made not only make it more pleasant to drive, but also safer, thanks to enhanced driving assistance technologies.”
As with all Nissan LCVs, the new NV300 Combi is backed by a five-year / 100,000-mile pan-European warranty.
The new NV300 Combi will be on sale across the UK from May 2021.