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Nissan eNV200 Evalia

New from £34,315

  • 5 doors
  • 5 or 7 seats
  • Automatic
  • Electric
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Is the Nissan eNV200 Evalia a good car?

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Words by: Ivan Aistrop

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"The Nissan e-NV200 has a very unique appeal, being pretty much the only all-electric seven-seater MPV you can buy (that isn't Tesla money, that is). However, it’s neither the best electric car going, nor the best seven-seat MPV. If it’s not essential that you have that particular cocktail of abilities, then other electric cars - or other MPVs, might well suit you better."


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How good does it look?


It’s never a huge surprise when a passenger car derived from a commercial van turns out to be something less than a looker, but even by those low standards, the NV200 is no oil painting. It’s not just the unashamedly boxy back end that’s responsible, either. The rest of the car features a number of strange angles and unconventional lines that give the NV200 a thoroughly awkward appearance. The electric versions of the NV200 look decidedly different to the diesel-powered ones, because they feature blue badging, clear light lenses and no radiator grille.

Standard equipment

Expect the following equipment on your Nissan eNV200 Evalia. This may vary between trim levels.

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