Found this article, and thought it was true... so much about the e-NV200 talks about the electric van with Nissan's LEAF drivetrain that can be used for local delivery.
But few mention, and not many people seem to know, that the eNV200 electric van is available as a 'Combi' model that comes with rear seats and windows, making it one of only 2 electric MPVs available in the UK.
Its boxiness divides opinions, but this is excellent around town. The body is narrow, devoid of flared arches and incredibly easy to judge when manoeuvring, the steering is light and offers plenty of lock, and it drives like an automatic which makes traffic easy. Plus the high seating position provides excellent visibility, while the silent, instantly responsive drivetrain give it sublime refinement. The e-NV200 doesn’t even come with the air quality burden attached to most MPVs.
The e-NV200 Combi works brilliantly in town, offering huge space and flexibility within the footprint of a C-segment hatchback, powered by the clean, refined drivetrain of the LEAF. But, unlike the LEAF, it’s a car entirely meant to stay within the confines of a city, and could really do with 10-15% more battery capacity to round off its appeal.
Sector: Compact MPV
Type: Battery-electric vehicle
Electric range: 106 miles
CO2 (tailpipe): 0g/km
Charging port: J1772 AC & CHAdeMo DC
Full article on http://evfleetworld.co.uk/news/2015/Feb ... 0438018336