New e-NV200 is engineered for the real world. Which means it can go about 317km* on a single charge. For most, that’s plenty to cover deliveries for the day – or your daily commute. Plus, the e-NV200 delivers everything you need to help you get where you’re going, such as energy-saving drive modes, available range, power used/power generated, battery charge, charging times and more.
*Based on (JC08 mode).
ECO energy-saving driving mode
There are a number of ways to ensure maximum range from each charge. One is setting a moderate cabin temperature. Another is pre-heating or pre-cooling the e-NV200 while it’s still charging, so you save more of the battery for the road. Driving at slower, constant speeds also helps maximise range, as does driving in ECO or B Mode. And whenever you brake, regenerative braking converts energy that would otherwise be wasted into battery energy.
RUNNING LOW ON CHARGE
Eco Mode will reduce the power consumption to air conditioning and modify the accelerator pedals of your e-NV200. With a softer acceleration setting, you’ll save energy to extend your range.
regenerative braking system
The regenerative braking system converts some of the energy you lose from braking into extra charge for your battery. Activate B Mode to enhance its regenerative braking capabilities, and it will also charge the battery whenever you take your foot off the accelerator.
KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR DRIVE
With the Nissan e-NV200’s combimeter, you get at a glance all the information you need for a smart and responsible drive. It displays your speed and range to show how far you can go, so you can adapt your driving style if necessary. Plus, information on temperature, speed and distance allows you to maximise your range and improve your journey.
INNOVATIVE WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED
With the 100% electric e-NV200, zero emissions means zero trouble. You’ll wake up to a fully charged lithium-ion battery thanks to overnight charging. There’s no need for unplanned and expensive petrol station stops, and no noxious fumes in the garage when you start up in the morning.
charging method selection
Charging your Nissan e-NV200 is simple. Plug it in at home, just like your smartphone. Or make use of rapid chargers, installed at most motorway services, which provide an 80% charge in just 40 minutes.
QUICK CHARGE: 80% CHARGE IN 40 MINUTES
With the available quick-charge port, you can plug in at DC fast-charge stations and reach an 80% charge in about 40 minutes. This is ideal for when you’re out and about and want to top off your charge.
NORMAL CHARGE: 6-8 HOURS
e-NV200 also comes with a 220V/32A charge cable. Although the rate of charging is slower than other options, this allows you to access charging anywhere there is a suitable outlet.
Filling up takes on a whole new meaning in the e-NV200. All you have to do is plug in, and you’re good to go for up to 317km.*
*Based on New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) mode
When you’re on the road but can’t access a high-speed public charging station, the e-NV200 also comes with a standard 6-metre charging cable. While slower than other options, this lets you charge anywhere you can find an outlet.
Designed with flexibility in mind, the intelligent home charging port offers a Timer mode that starts and stops charging at designated times, which lets you take advantage of off-peak electricity rates. Or begin charging the e-NV200 immediately. The choice is yours.
HOME CHARGER INSTALLATION
TURN YOUR GARAGE INTO A FILLING STATION
If you need to install a home charger, you can contact Nissan Hong Kong, they will provide you with installation information, and arrange the installation services for you.
Whether it’s in a car park while you make a stop, or simply on the street, more EV charging stations are popping up every day. And because many of these are free to use, charging your e-NV200 on the move is not only convenient, but cost-effective too.
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