Available as a panel van or as a five-seat combi, the e-NV200 with its all electric drivetrain, the same that operates in Nissan's electric Leaf model, is available from July with two distinctive trim levels - Acenta and Tekna.

Nissan claims e-NV200 drivers will be able to benefit from up to £2500 worth of fuel savings (period of 4 years and 9,375 miles per year) with the vehicle costing 2 pence per mile. On top of this, maintenance costs will be reduced by £575.

The e-NV200 has been made available to buy outright or customers can choose to opt for the 'Flex' option - a battery leasing option that reduces the initial purchase price. In addition, the e-NV200 qualifies for the Government van grant - up to £8,000 - for the panel van or the car grant - up to £5,000 - for the Combi.

Higher spec models, namely the Rapid Plus versions, get fast-charging which considerably reduces the re-charging time from 4 hours to 30 minutes.

Those that opt for the e-NV200 will pay no road tax (VED) and can get 100% discount from the London congestion charge.

You can now do find the e-NV200 here on Comcar.

Battery Lease Grid

Contract term    < 6,000     9,000          12,000         15,000
36 months+    £61.00     £63.00     £75.00     £88.00
24 months    £70.00     £72.00     £84.00     £97.00
12 months    £79.00     £81.00     £93.00     £106.00