Nissan NV400 is updated for 2015 model and the details have been revealed
Nissan NV400 is an inspiration of Renault Master and Vauxhall Movano panel vans. Nissan has revealed that it is updating the engine line-up for 2015 Nissan NV400, in order to make it more fuel saving van. Nissan engine division has elected the 2.3 Litre common rail diesel engines and all these units are slightly powerful than ever before. A turbocharged engine develops 110bhp while other power variant is capable of generating 125bhp.
This time Nissan has introduced a pair of new twin-turbo engines, capable of generating 135bhp and 165bhp respectively. A revised power unit is available with 150bhp where it offers a turbocharger and robotised semi-auto box.
These engine units are especially designed to manage long journeys and offer muscular torque even below 1500rpm. Apart from extra power, 165bhp Nissan engine is capable of achieving an impressive fuel economy of 40mpg on average. If you owned a smaller engine model, then don’t worry, because these engines are more economical and even better than larger versions. The entire engine line-up has start stop technology as standard to help more fuel saving. Regenerative braking system is also available across the range.
In order to achieve a greater efficiency and optimised climate control, Nissan has introduced a new ECO mode to limit the engine torque. Entertainment system is also very good where you can enjoy the DAB Radio and Bluetooth connectivity as standard. There is Hill Start Assist, a new ESP System, Trailer Sway Control and a wide view mirror is offered as standard on all models. A passenger version of Nissan NV400 is available with tyre monitoring system. There will be a great range of body configurations available from 2015 but the pricing details are not available yet.