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Nissan NV200 - Aggregated Reviews

The Nissan NV200 has been reviewed by 4 Experts. Its average score is 70 out of 100. This is based on 4 reviews in total.

Aggregated Car Review Nissan NV200

Although I diligently trawled the internet for information on the Nissan NV200 I only found the following expert car reviews. I found no owner reviews.

Auto Trader - Expert (2010)

Auto Trader reviewed the Nissan NV200 in 2010. They call it, "van like" with flexibility of five or seven seats. Apparently the lack of a sixth gear prevents it being good on a motorway.

Nissan NV 2000

Nissan NV2000 pictured above.

The high upright seating appeals to the family car market. For such a big seven seat MPV they claim its easy to park and drive through the city. The dual sliding doors add greater flexibility and ease of use. There is lots of leg space for dad to feel comfortable when allowed behind the wheel. Remarkably for a vehicle of this size and cargo capacity it has low c02 emissions and high mpg. Nissan quote fuel efficiency at over 50mpg but Auto Trader say realistically to expect around 40mpg. The folding seats add versatility to an already perfect people carrier. On entry models there aren’t as many standard safety features. Air Conditioning is available on higher specification models. The overall rating given is 3 out of 5.


The AA reviewed the Nissan NV200 Combi 7-seat 1.5dCi SE Plus in 2010. They believe it lacks the frills of comparable MPVs available in Britain but does what it needs to do. Making a van into a people carrier is perfect sense and although the interior isn’t plush you do benefit by spending less. Its durability and versatility are reiterated by the simple accessibility to third row seats. Economy comes at a price and when the NV200 is laden with goods and children the 1.5 dci engine struggles. The AA like the incorporated Sat Nav system available on higher specification models ~ it is apparently well worth the money! The rating given is 7 out of 10.

Nissan NV 2000 Taxi

Nissan NV2000 Taxi pictured above.


Parkers reviewed the NV200 van in 2009. Under the practicality heading there is a picture of the People Carrier (the one with windows). The van is the same car but without the seats and side windows. There is 4.2 cubic metres of loading space without the seats and a load length of 2m by 1.5m wide. The write up is much the same as others, for example if you want the optional extras you’ll have to pay for them, i.e. electric wing mirrors. The review centres on facts rather than opinions. The rating given is 4 out of 5.


The RAC introduction talks about the non appeal this MPV has to children but that practicality and affordability will appeal to adults. For such a large vehicle it has a good turning circle (11m wall to wall) and a higher than average expected MPG. To get seven seats you pay £400 extra. What a bargain!

The 1.5 DCI engine is cheap to run. The rating given is 71 out of 100.


As a parent the Nissan NV200 people carrier sounds like one of the better family vehicles to choose from. My reasons are; it is well priced (considering its size and fuel efficiency), its spaciousness, and affordability. I commend Nissan for making the interior of durable plastic and strengthened dark upholstery. Anyone with children will appreciate this! The sliding doors and ease of parking add to the ticks this MPV puts into boxes. What more do you want? This is the one!

The overall score for the Nissan NV200 is 70%


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