Enterprise deploys electric shuttle in Madrid
The company said its latest addition, a five-seat Evalia sold as the Combi in the UK, would offer the benefits of zero tailpipe emissions for urban use, as well as reducing maintenance costs by 40% and fuel costs by up to four times compared to an equivalent diesel-powered vehicle.
Karsten Summers, Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s director general for Spain, said: " The Nissan e-NV200 we will benefit not only a smooth and quiet ride, but we can also experience the saving costs of electric, zero-emission technology. "
Elder Francisco, director of business sales and light commercials Nissan Iberia, added: "It is especially important that those groups who work in transport, lead the implementation of this technology. Acquiring the e-NV200, Enterprise Rent-A -Car not only increases its environmental commitment but also positions itself as an innovative reference group.”