With Nissan e-NV200 Combi Estate lease deals, you’re looking at leasing the only zero-emissions MPV on the market today. With more space than most of us would know what to do with, a Combi car lease also boasts unbelievable levels of comfort for both passengers and drivers. If you’re looking for a vehicle that can carry its weight and is cheap to run whilst doing so, this Nissan lease may well be the choice for you.
2 trims available
Nissan E-nv200 Combi Electric Estate Visia
4 engine choices available
Nissan E-nv200 Combi Electric Estate Acenta
2 engine choices available
Leasing a Nissan e-NV200 Combi Estate
The Nissan e-NV200 was first unleashed in 2014 and is the sole remaining Nissan NV200 model in production; the range continues to include the Evalia Estate model. With the e-NV200, Nissan wanted to perfect on their electric car research by building an environmentally-friendly family vehicle, with low running costs and enough space to make it the ideal choice for larger families. With both 5- and 7-seater options, this is a hatchback people carrier with a difference; it provides a viable way for families, or business owners, to transition to an electric vehicle and still have enough space for their needs.
As a fully electric vehicle, the Nissan e-NV200 boasts zero emissions, making it great for the environment. The vehicle can be charged at home, or at one of the thousands of dedicated charging stations across England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, and commands a range of 124-187 miles. Handy for those long journeys, a Nissan e-NV200 lease also allows you to take advantage of a rapid charging option on the move that can give you 20-80% of charge in under an hour.
For those looking to budget, the Nissan e-NV200 Acenta trim represents the cheapest lease car option available, with access to 5- or 7-seater models. If you’re on the hunt for a speedier option, the Evasia comes at a slightly higher price point but promises additional power. Or, if you need even faster-charging speeds, the Rapid Plus model can help you save on charging time.
With Nissan e-NV200 Combi Estate lease deals, you’ll have access to Nissan Intelligent Mobility which provides the highest level of comfort and control whilst driving. Certain trims benefit from automatic air conditioning and cruise control capability, whilst all models are designed for versatile seating arrangements. As an added safety feature, the model also includes Nissan Intelligent Key for seamless and secure door locks. It also benefits from ventilated disc brakes on each wheel alongside emergency braking features.
As a Nissan model, Nissan e-NV200 Combi Estate lease deals have access to Nissan Warranties. The e-NV200 Combi Estate, in particular, has seen access to 5-year warranty deals in the past, unique for electric vehicles in the market. In addition to this, the Nissan Service Plan ensures Nissan vehicle servicing is easy to arrange, and handled by professionals every time.
If you’re looking at leasing options for other family-sized electric vehicles, the Citroen E-SpaceTourer Estate lease runs on 100% electric and provides flexible interior configurations. There’s also a model with diesel fuel type - the Citroen Space Tourer Estate lease. Or, if you’re happy compromising on a little space, the Kia e-Niro Electric estate lease is a well-equipped SUV that benefits from a 7-year warranty.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Each broker will have a different deal with agreed monthly payments when it comes to Nissan e-NV200 Combi Estate lease deals. These car lease or contract hire deals also change regularly, which is why the best way of finding the best price on a lease is by regularly searching through Lease Fetcher.
Electric vehicles are prone to potentially depreciating faster than other vehicles, which can be a problem when you buy. With leasing, you’ll only have to worry about paying an agreed monthly payment based on depreciation and won’t need to worry about how the car handles once this time period is up. That means it’s usually a better option to lease an electric vehicle, as you can simply lease another new vehicle once this deal has concluded.