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