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post #1 of 16 Old 05-12-2014, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
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e-NV200 Enters production. City Express EV on the way?

e-NV200 Enters production

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it'll be interesting to see how sales are going to be like for this vehicle

with all these major corps trying to come across as earth friendly companies.. i can see fleet sales sky rocket for the NV
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I like how the cargo version looks but i think they should try to offer it in some unique colors, even if it's two or three.
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I don't think that just because they make the NV-200 van means that there will be a CIty Express EV. Wouldn't all those batteries take up some space as well, which would be a problem in a work van. It seems like an EV City Express would not be included in whatever contract Nissan has with GM.
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I don't think that just because they make the NV-200 van means that there will be a CIty Express EV. Wouldn't all those batteries take up some space as well, which would be a problem in a work van. It seems like an EV City Express would not be included in whatever contract Nissan has with GM.
if all of the batteries are on the floor which they should be, then it won't be a problem. im sure they have thought this though and made it still doable for businesses transporting goods.
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Okay, but still, I don't think that anywhere is setup to build it. Would Nissan still be making these City Express EVs? Or would they build them in a different factory? I think that neither is very likely.
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i like how in all the product shots they showed in it green environments, near a large body of water, plants, a charging station.
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Probably because that is the only type of company that would pay the extra money for an electric work van. You have to have some type of investment in having a green image in order to be willing to pay that extra money.
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that is true
at least they show they know who they're targeting and seem to be doing it right.
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That is a big market now though. Many companies are trying to be socially conscious. They use organic food, or limit energy use, etc... They end up being more expensive but they pass that onto the consumer, and people are willing to pay the extra to support a morally righteous company.
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