Nissane-NV200 Evalia (5-seater and 7-seater) (2018) electric chargers
40 kWh battery
Vehicle type Battery Electric Vehicle
Connector type 1
Range 124 miles of electric driving
Charge speed 17 miles per hour
Nissan e-NV200 Evalia Home Charging Guide
For anyone looking for a practical, family-friendly, versatile all-electric vehicle, the Nissan e-NV200 Evalia must be a good choice. There are up to 7 seats, making the e-NV200 Combi something of a pioneer in the electric-only people-carrier or MPV market (though clearly Nissan is keen to use the same platform for commercial use as well, hence its van-like profile). The 40kWh battery gives a range of up to 124 miles (WLTP).
Charging the Nissan e-NV200 Evalia will take about seven hours from empty to full when using a dedicated 7.4kW home charge point. Access a public rapid charger and you can expect an 80% recharge in about 40 minutes.
Nissan e-NV200 Evalia (5-seater and 7-seater) compatible chargers
Nissan e-NV200 Evalia (5-seater and 7-seater) Charging Time
It's rare anyone needs to charge their car from empty to full. In fact, most of the time you will simply "top up" your car's battery for two to three hours overnight. Learn more about home charging here.
Take advantage of cheaper electricity tariffs and charge your Nissan e-NV200 Evalia overnight and drive away fully charged every morning.
|Method||kW||Typical location||Charging time (empty to full)|
|Standard three-pin plug||2.3||Home||19.5 hours|
|Dedicated home charging point||7.4*||Home||7 hours* (limited to 6.6kW by vehicle)|
|Fast charger||n/a||Offices, commercial buildings, car parks, supermarkets, leisure centres||n/a|
|Rapid charger||Up to 46||Motorway services, car parks||42 minutes|
* Limited by on-board charger, vehicle cannot charge faster.
Nissan e-NV200 Evalia (5-seater and 7-seater) Charging Cost
School run, commute to the office? You can drive up to 124 miles purely on low-cost electric power.
A full home charge on a Nissan e-NV200 Evalia (5-seater and 7-seater) costs around £4.00.
Did you know?
A typical overnight electricity rate is around 10p per kWh.