NV400 F35 L3 H2 Tekna 135psi FWD Diesel
The Nissan NV400 Panel van that competes in the same area of the market as the Ford Transit, Peugeot Boxer, Citroen Relay and Fiat Ducato. This 2021 Nissan NV400 review will tell you everything you need to know, but the quick hits are that it's good value, offers high payloads and comes with a five-year warranty.
First introduced in 2011, substantially facelifted in 2014 (below) and revised again in 2019, the NV400 is a Nissan-branded version of the Renault Master, which means it’s also closely related (currently) to the now PSA owned Vauxhall Movano.
These family ties are no bad thing if you’re after a great value tipper with high payload ratings, as this trio are among the benchmark-setters for heavy lifting at the 3.5-tonne limit for a standard driving licence and the 2.3-litre engines are consistently strong performers.
All three vans were thoroughly updated in 2019, with highlight upgrades including revised engines, a completely new dashboard and improved safety tech.
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