Nissan is now taking orders for the Townstar high-roof station wagon. The five-seater estate version costs around 26,000 euros, while the two-seater panel van costs a good 23,000 euros (19,250 euros net). In terms of price, it is at a similar level to the Renault counterpart Kangoo, which costs 25,550 euros as a five-seater with identical equipment and engines. Until the introduction of an electrically powered variant in the summer, Nissan will offer both Townstar variants exclusively with a 96 kW/130 hp 1.3-liter petrol engine.
A total of four equipment lines are available for both body variants. The entry-level Visia is reserved for the panel van. Here are rain sensor, audio system with smartphone integration, automatic light and electric exterior mirrors on board. Acenta is the name of the next higher line for the panel van and the basic equipment for the station wagon. The commercial vehicle variant then also offers a rear parking beeper, cruise control, air conditioning and a height-adjustable driver’s seat. The station wagon also has two sliding doors, blind spot assistant, collision avoidance, traffic sign recognition and a number of airbags on board.
Top version Nissan Townstar Tekna with rich equipment
The top version of the Townstar is called Tekna. It offers an infotainment system with navigation, 8-inch touchscreen, 360-degree all-round camera view, inductive charging cradle and heated front seats. Equipped in this way, the panel van costs around 30,000 euros (25,190 euros net). As a Tekna, the station wagon also offers 16-inch alloy wheels, roof rails with integrated roof racks and a parking assistant. Here the prices start at 29,700 euros. (Text: mh/sp-x, tv | Pictures: manufacturer)
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