E-NV200 40 KWH

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    Hi all,

    My good lady is thinking about a 7 seater and we fancy going full EV, sadly the model-x is a no no due to lack of budget so we are thinking an e-NV200 has anyone tried one yet? Or seen the 40kwh in a dealership yet? Or have a price? The website says from £25,000 ish but the brochure hasn’t been updated on the website yet and still shows the old one.
     
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    The 40kWh env200 will be in dealerships later in June. The RRP of the top spec Evalia 7 Seater will be £30,595 after the £4500 government grant has been taken off. IMG_20180425_122119.jpg MVIMG_20180425_113936.jpg
     
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    That looks interesting...
     
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    Good find, thanks very much so i’d Imagine sub 30k for that one with dealer discount. That makes it doable hopefully.
     
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    Yeah, not a lot sub £30k, as they are restricting the margins which dealerships get on them. Plus a factory order is likely to be 3-6 months.

    Realistic range will be 90-130 miles I'd guess, depending on your driving style and the weather/terrain.

    Full disclosure: I am the EV Manager for Chorley Group Nissan in the North West.
     
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    Good to know, i hear you guys sell a fair number of EVs, 3-6 months is a fair lead time but it’ll be a few month before we are ready I’d think.
     

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