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Nissan announces pricing for Townstar electric van in UK

The vehicle has a payload of up to 800 kg

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(Source: electrive.com)
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(Source: electrive.com)

Nissan UK has announced pricing for its new Townstar compact minivan. Prices will start at £29,945 (excluding VAT and PiVG) for the short-wheelbase Townstar, which is equipped with a 45kWh battery, with a range of up to 450km WLTP urban.

Nissan introduced the Townstar at the end of 2021 to replace the e-NV200. The electric vehicle is expected to be built in Maubeuge, France, at one of the manufacturers' alliance's commercial vehicle centers of excellence.

In terms of payload capacity, the Townstar provides a large payload of up to 600kg in the short-wheelbase configuration and up to 800kg in the long-wheelbase configuration. The maximum pulling force with brake is 1500 kg. The electric car will be available in four different trim levels, each with only one powertrain available. The differences between the "Visia", "Acenta", "Tekna" and "Tekna+"" trim levels are mainly driver assistance features. "Tekna" and "Tekna+"" will be equipped with DC fast charging capability, greatly enhancing the 11 kW charger included with "Visia".

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Prices for all-electric Short-Wheelbase (SWB) examples start at £29,945 to £34,845 for the Tekna+ model. Prices for the all-electric Long-Wheelbase (LWB) Townstar start at £31,245 for the base "Visia" version to £35,845 for the "Tekna+" trim.

We are pleased to provide more information on the all-new Townstar as it approaches its arrival in the UK. Offering two efficient powertrain solutions, practical design and unique Nissan technologies. The electric car is fully equipped to meet the ever-changing needs of customers. With tightening emission standards, city access restrictions and ever-increasing demand for last mile delivery, businesses large and small need to find efficient and sustainable solutions to stay competitive and streamline their operations

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