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Nissan's NV200 named International Van of the Year

NV200, the new small van produced by Nissan, has been named International Van of the Year (IVoY) 2010.

“The Jury was particularly impressed by the fact that Nissan created a compact light commercial vehicle that sets new standards in terms of internal space in relation to the external dimensions,” said the IVoY jury.

The NV200 has exterior dimensions comparable to a car derived van and cargo capacity of a higher class.

It is 4.4m long, 1.86m, tall and 1.69m wide, and delivers a cargo load bay more than 2m in length, sufficient to carry two standard Euro pallets at the same time.

The NV200 is available in Europe in van and combi versions. A passenger vehicle will join the line-up from 2010. It is already sold in Japan, where it is the segment leader with a market share of more than 40%. Sales in Europe are due to start this month.

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