The 1,000-strong fleet, of which around half is made up of LCVs, will be used for the installation and maintenance of electrical and mechanical systems.
The Birmingham-based transport division will look after sourcing vehicles and manager Jill Hodgkisson was particularly impressed with Nissan. She said: 'We're especially happy with the new Primera. I think the level of technology in the car has proved to be very popular with a lot of people here.'
Nissan is also supplying Tinos and Almeras. Fleet sales director at Nissan, Dave Murfitt, said: 'I'm delighted Staveley has chosen to extend its relationship with Nissan.
'The Primera is proving a big hit with many fleet managers who have been genuinely impressed by the car's styling and equipment-packed interior.'