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Nissan NV400 - new name, new model, new style

Nissan NV400 is another result of cooperation between three automotive concerns. The van presentation took place in 2010 during the commercial vehicle fair in Hanover. The Nissan NV400 was designed by Nissan's European Design Center. This van is slightly different from the twin models. It has a completely different radiator grille, front bumper, bonnet and headlights, which in Nissan have been integrated with LED daytime lights.

Nissan NV400, like the other utility vehicles, underwent a delicate modernization in 2014. First of them was enlarged range of 2.3-liter engines equipped with one or two turbochargers (BiTurbo). Engines equipped with one turbocharger generate 110 HP or 125 HP, engines equipped with two turbochargers generate 135 HP and 163 HP. The 150 HP variant equipped with one turbocharger has also been added to the offer of turbocharged units.

Nissan NV400, like the other vans, is the result of cooperation of three brands. It’s available in four wheelbase versions. Models marked as L1 have a wheelbase of 3182 mm and front-wheel drive, models L2 - 3682 mm (FWD), cars marked as L3 come in two versions: L3 - 4332 mm (FWD) or L3 - 3682 mm (RWD), the L4 - 4332 mm (RWD) version was also available. As you can see, the Nissan NV400 could be equipped with front-wheel drive (FWD) or rear-wheel drive (RWD).

So far, Nissan has not presented a new generation of NV400. The manufacturer has also removed this model from its website. While Opel Movano and Renault Master presented new generations of their vans at the end of 2019, Nissan didn’t do it.

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