Nissan e-NV200 dimensions (2014-on)

Look for information on the dimensions of the Nissan e-NV200 electric van? Then you’ve come to the right place.

For info on the driving experience, driving range, charging time and standard equipment, however, see our main Nissan e-NV200 review page.

Nissan NV200 e-NV200 (14-22) capacity & size

4 out of 5 4.0

The Nissan e-NV200 electric van is based on the regular Nissan NV200, which means it’s a small van that comes in a single bodysize. A tall narrow shape, it still manages to cram in a large 4.2 cubic metres of load volume, making it one of the most practical small vans around when it comes to physical space.

And that’s before you consider the e-NV200 XL, a third party conversion that gives this little Nissan a bigger load area than some medium vans.

Nissan e-NV200 load area dimensions - dead-on rear view, doors open, 2020

On this page, however, we’re dealing with the regular panel van model, which comes as a panel van or a Combi van, the latter with a choice of five or seven seats, and a consequently smaller amount of load space.

Nissan e-NV200 exterior dimensions

How big is the Nissan e-NV200 on the outside? This is what you need to know.

  • Exterior length: 4,560mm
  • Exterior height: 1,858mm
  • Exterior width including door mirrors: 2,011mm
  • Exterior width without door mirrors: 1,755mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,725mm

Nissan e-NV200 load area dimensions

How big is the load space in the Nissan e-NV200? We’ve got all the details right here.

  • Maximum load length: 2,040mm
  • Maximum load height: 1,358mm (1,305mm Evalia people carrier)
  • Maximum load width: 1,500mm (1,495mm Evalia people carrier)
  • Width between the wheelarches: 1,220mm
  • Side door opening height: 1,171mm
  • Side door opening width: 700mm
  • Rear door opening height: 1,228mm
  • Rear door opening width: 1,262mm
  • Rear loading sill height: 524mm
  • Load volume panel van: 4.2 cubic metres
  • Load volume Combi: 1.9 cubic metres five-seater / 0.6 cubic metres seven-seater

All versions of the e-NV200 come with twin sliding side doors, one on each side, and rear doors split 40:60 to help with tight access.

Nissan e-NV200 load area dimensions - rear view, doors open, 2020

There six load-lashing points, and the internal wheelarches are flat and barely narrower than the door opening, all in the name of making loading more straightforward.

A full metal bulkhead is standard on all new models, though the entry-level Visia specification is available with an optional folding mesh partition wall, reducing weight and making the load area even more flexible.

Nissan NV200 e-NV200 (14-22) payload, weight & towing

3.5 out of 5 3.5

Following the update to the large 40kWh battery pack in 2018, the Nissan e-NV200 is rated to a maximum payload of 705kg.

Previous models fitted with the 22kWh battery pack have a maximum payload of 678kg (Nissan increased the gross vehicle weight of the later version, so although it weighs more, it carries more, too).

Nissan e-NV200 load area dimensions - load space, payload, 2020

Unlike many other electric vans, the Nissan e-NV200 does have a towing rating – but it is an extremely modest 400kg only.

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