Nissan Adds Crew Van Flexibility to Townstar Range • Professional Pickup

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Nissan has added a Crew Van option to its compact Townstar range, based on the long-wheelbase L2 model. By maximizing flexibility, the five-seater van can go from a people-oriented vehicle to a two-seater in seconds.

The second row seats can be folded up or down, allowing easy switching between passenger and cargo modes. With the seats in place, the van can comfortably accommodate five passengers. If more cargo space is needed, folding the seats provides an extra 1m3increasing the total loading capacity to 3.1m3. The process is the work of one person – and even one hand -, which makes it easy to make a change.

Rear passengers get all the standard comforts, including three-point seat belts and head restraints, with side windows that open to let fresh air into the cab. The integrated bulkhead also protects them from loose loads.

The Crew Van is designed for easy loading with one of the widest opening doors in its class and a payload of up to 730kg (petrol) or 673kg (electric). It also offers a towing capacity of 1,500kg.

Power comes from a 1.3-litre petrol engine developing 130hp or a 122hp electric motor with a 45kWh battery pack providing 162 kilometers.

The Townstar Crew Van is equipped with an array of safety technologies, including emergency braking, intelligent speed, traffic sign recognition, lane-keeping assistance, blind spot, reversing camera and 360-degree parking sensors.

Technology includes smartphone connectivity. Alongside Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless, the Townstar Crew Van is also compatible with the NissanConnect app. This provides seamless connectivity, providing drivers with trip planning information, live traffic updates, battery charge status, and remote control of the exhaust system, allowing drivers to heat or cool the cab before the trip begins.

Nissan Townstar Crew Van: Price and Availability

The new Nissan Townstar Crew Van is available to order now, with a starting price of £26,125 excluding VAT and surcharges for the petrol model, rising to £38,295 before VAT, surcharges and grant for the plug-in van. Panel van models, available in short L1 and extended L2 lengths, start from £21,175 plus taxes and fees.

The Crew Van comes with Nissan's five-year or 100,000-mile warranty, and the electric model's battery will last an additional three years.

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