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Nissan Interstar: the new generation of the large van revealed

The Japanese manufacturer has just unveiled the 3rd generation of the large Nissan Interstar van: still derived from the Renault Master, it adopts a distinctive front end.

Nissan Interstar: a new rebadged Renault Master IV

Nissan has just unveiled the 3rd generation of its large utility van, the Nissan Interstar, which adopts for the first time a 100% electric engine, called the Interstar-e. As with previous opuses, the Japanese manufacturer has joined forces with Renault, and this new Interstar is none other than a rebadged version of the latest generation of the Renault Master recently presented.
It is especially at the front that we distinguish the Nissan Interstar III: it benefits from a specific grille equipped with four horizontal chrome strips on each side, as well as an imposing “Interstar” lettering on its front, without forgetting the Nissan logo in its center. Like its French cousin, it benefits from a careful design to optimize aerodynamics, with a 20% reduction in SCx.
The Nissan Interstar offers a wide range including numerous factory conversions: Van, Deep Cab, Chassis, Tipper and Flatbed, to meet the needs of all professional customers, but also a maximum towing capacity of 2,500 kg, allowing tow heavy loads.

Orders opening in March 2024

Under the hood, in addition to the traditional Diesel engines, we find for the first time with the Interstar-e a 100% electric motorization associated with an 87 kWh battery which gives it a range of more than 460 kilometers. A more modest 40 kWh version offers around 200 km of autonomy.
As standard, the new Interstar is equipped with numerous security systems, including Emergency Forward Braking, Drowsiness Warning, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, and Trailer Sway Control which makes driving with a trailer safer. On board, occupant comfort has been taken care of, including heated seats and windshield, as well as robust seat coverings.
Orders for the new Nissan Interstar will be open in the month of mars 2024 while the first deliveries are expected at the end of summer 2024. Like the Renault Master, the new Interstar is produced in France in Batilly in Moselle (57).

The Interstar benefits from Nissan’s manufacturer’s warranty of 5 years or 160,000 kilometers, or 8 years or 160,000 kilometers for the Interstar-e battery.

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