Nissan Townstar Double Cab Van, the variant that was missing

It was in 2022 when the Nissan Townstar arrived on the market, a small van made in collaboration with Renault (very similar to the Kangoo and the Mercedes Citan). Little by little the range has been increasing, both in passenger versions and those for the working world. To this second group comes the Nissan Townstar Double Cab Van… without a doubt the most suitable for carrying people and professional use.

Based on the large L2 size of the Townstar, it is now available on the market for a recommended price from €26,290. It is the ideal version for transporting small personal items or heavy loads at the same time as people, this new variant adapts to various needs.

You get adaptable second-row seats, easy to fold (up or down with one hand) to maximize cargo space, or transform into practical five-seater transportation in an instant. There is no shortage of individual seat belts and headrests. Or second row windows with hinges to allow air in. In addition, the integrated screen protects against belongings that may move in the cargo area. Perfect for businesses and fleets.

The cargo surface reaches 3.1 cubic meters when the seats are folded (range 1 cubic meter) and offers large sliding doors on both sides (we saw this in our test) that facilitate the packing and transfer of bulky loads (they leave 831 mm opening).

For those who need to carry additional loads, the Nissan Townstar Double Cab Van has a payload of up to 800kg and is equipped with an impressive braked towing capacity of 1,500kg. When not in use, the rear seat can also be flipped forward to create additional cargo space.

It is available in version of gasoline and a fully electric with a 45 kWh battery that announces 278 km of autonomy (WLTP combined). It supports alternating current charging up to 22 kW, the best in its class, and fast charging up to 80 kW, with which it recovers from 15% to 80% in 37 minutes.

As for equipment, there is no lack of speed regulator and cruise control, emergency braking or fatigue detector. Also rear view camera and parking sensors. In terms of connectivity, there is no shortage of Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, as well as the NissanConnect application to plan trips and control some car functions remotely. All this, with the warranty of 5 years or 160,000 kilometers, and 8 years or 160,000 km for the battery of the electric Townstar.

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