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Nissan wins Environment Agency contract for 90 Terrano II vans

NISSAN has clinched a three-year deal with the Environment Agency to supply 90 of its new Terrano II vans. The new van, which went on sale on September 1, is available as a three-door model without rear seats, panelled rear windows and is powered by the 2.7 TDi engine found in the Terrano II passenger vehicle.

The Environment Agency's fleet includes 600 four-wheel-drive vehicles and 100 pick-ups. The authority is to take 30 Terrano II vans per year over a three-year period. Rob Atkins, contract development manager for the Environment Agency, said: 'We were looking for a light road vehicle with excellent 4x4 capability and competitive wholelife costs. We also gave due regard to environmental impacts such as the use of water-based paints and recyclability. The Terrano II van meets all these requirements.'

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