Evalia the Nissan Serena heir.
The Nissan Evalia, robust and spacious MPV and heir of the legendary Nissan Serena, were presented as a concept at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show. This vehicle, despite the compact size, allows accommodation up to seven people thanks to its square shapes that give the advantage of a large load capacity and great flexibility.
2011 Evalia offers great space and versatility.
Engineered on a modified version of Nissan’s van NV200, the Evalia is 4.4 mt long, 1.86 high, 1.69 wide and with a wheelbase of 2.72 mt. Nissan Evalia can accommodate up to seven passengers in three rows of seats, combined according to the needs of more or less load, which has a capacity of 900 liters in normal configuration and becomes 2,900 if you break down the rear seats.To facilitate passengers access are sliding doors on both sides of this vehicle.The Japanese MPV offers up to 14 storage boxes as well as an 12V outlet positioned between front seats and among those in the middle row. Design and interior finishes are not the strengths of the new Evalia, which however is appreciated for the dashboard, the very accessible shift lever and the modern navigation system.
Engines: one petrol and two diesel.
Nissan Evalia features two diesel common rail engine and one gasoline. the two diesel variants are 1.5-litre with 90 hp and 110 hp, with, respectively, 200 and 240 Nm of torque, while the petrol 1.6-litre, develops 110 hp and 153 Nm of torque. Nissan claims the combined cycle fuel consumption of 7.3 litres/100 km for the petrol, 5.3 and 5.5 litres/Km for diesel versions. All engines are combined to a five-speed manual gearbox.
Paces and prices.
The Nissan Evalia is available with the packs Vista, Acenta and N-Tec. Prices starts at 16,900 euros in the basic version Vista while goes up to 18,600 euros for the top of the range.