Nissan e-NV200 Charger Guide
Everything you need to know about charging your Nissan e-NV200, covering range, charging time, how to charge and more.
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- The Nissan e-NV200 has a 24kWh battery with a range of 106 miles of electric driving.
- The range varies widely with driving conditions, outside temperature and several other factors.
- The Nissan e-NV200 is a good choice if you are looking for a low emission, economical small van.
- Charging your Nissan e-NV200 at home with a standard three pin plug can take anywhere between 12-15 hours.
- Using a dedicated home charging point "wallbox" takes between 4 - 6hours.
- A home charging point provides up to 30 miles RPH (Range Per Hour).
- By installing a home charging point, you can charge your Nissan e-NV200 overnight and have a full battery every morning.
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The cost of charging a Nissan e-NV200 in the UK varies whether you are charging at home using your "wallbox" or on public charging stations. Charging at home is the most cost-effective way to charge (costs as little as 2p per mile), although many public charging points are free to use.
- Typical overnight electricity rate of 10p per kWh.
- Charging a Ford Focus Electric at home cost of electric to full £2.12.
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You can charge a Nissan e-NV200 anywhere with access to reliable electrical supply. The vast majority of electric car drivers will charge at home to maximise their fuel savings.
- Charge at home overnight to wake up to a full charge every morning.
- Charge at public charging stations at car parks and supermarkets across the UK, which are free to use for the duration of your stay.
- Workplace charging points are becoming more common in the UK and are usually offered as a staff incentive.
When deciding on which chargepoint to charge your Nissan e-NV200 from, you need to know the connector type (Type 1 or Type 2 plug) and the maximum single-phase charge rate (3.7kW or 7kW).
- The Nissan e-NV200 uses a Type 1.
- It uses a single-phase charge rate of up to 3.7kW.
A home charging point "wallbox" is a quick and efficient way to charge the battery of your new electric car. Our POD Point installation team have a quick turnaround time; we call within 1 day of receiving your request and install within 10 working days. Once the POD Point team of experts have successfully installed your new charging point, they will give you a thorough walk-through to make sure you get the most out of your charging point.
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Charging a Nissan e-NV200c at home is done with a home charging point "wallbox". A home charger fully installed costs between £400-£500 after claiming the £500 government OLEV grant. Charging point providers claim the OLEV grant on your behalf.
- 3.7kW charging point costs around £400 installed
- 7kW charging point costs around £500 installed
- All prices quoted include the £500 OLEV grant
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