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Nissan testing NV200-based electric van

The first test vehicle has been supplied to the Japan Post Service Co. Ltd, who will run the van as part of its fleet in Yokohama for two months to evaluate how it performs under normal usage conditions.
With this complete, the manufacturer is planning similar tests in other locations both in Japan and Europe, supplying test vehicles to other companies for evaluation.  It follows more than 90 partnerships by the Renault-Nissan alliance to help spread the use of electric vehicles.
Nissan Corporate vice president, Hideto Murakami, responsible for the Global LCV Business Unit commented: ‘We will certainly reflect the customer feedback gained from these proving tests in our future product development, and I expect that our commercial electric vehicles based on the NV200 will contribute to our customers' business and to the developmeNissan has begun a programme of global proving tests for an electric vehicle based on the NV200 van.

The first test vehicle was supplied to the Japan Post Service Co. Ltd at the start of July, and will be used as part of its fleet in Yokohama for two months to evaluate its performance under normal usage conditions.

With this complete, the manufacturer is planning similar tests in other locations both in Japan and Europe, supplying test vehicles to other companies for evaluation. It follows more than 90 partnerships by the Renault-Nissan alliance to help spread the use of electric vehicles.

Nissan Corporate vice president, Hideto Murakami, also responsible for the Global LCV Business Unit, commented: ‘We will certainly reflect the customer feedback gained from these proving tests in our future product development, and I expect that our commercial electric vehicles based on the NV200 will contribute to our customers' business and to the development of a sustainable society.'

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