A single 2.3-litre turbodiesel engine can now be found inside chassis, tipper and dropside conversions, with CO2 emissions dropping by 8g/km when compared to the older engine.
The E grade panel van also now gets some additional kit as standard and features deadlocks, power mirrors, front electric windows, FM audio system, USB sockets, Bluetooth connectivity and cargo floor load mounting hooks.
Security features have also been upgraded, with Thatcham approved Category 1 alarms being fitted to panel van, crew van, tipper and dropside conversions. Remote central locking is standard on SE grade panel van, crew van and crew bus SE configurations.
Barry Beeston, Nissan corporate sales director, said: “The improvements to the NV400 will further increase its appeal to businesses both large and small. Its comfort and reliability on long journeys is now matched by the efficiency of a high performance engine, which will deliver tangible cost savings.
“The extra security features on both the E and the SE models will also provide drivers and fleet operators with extra peace of mind that their vehicles and loads will be safe and secure when left unattended.”