|Also called||Chevrolet City Express
Nissan NV200 Vanette
Mitsubishi Delica D:3
|Assembly||Aguascalientes, Mexico (Nissan Mexico)
Shōnan, Kanagawa, Japan
Spain (Nissan Motor Ibérica S.A.) (November 2009–)
China (Zhengzhou Nissan) (2010–)
Chennai, India (Nissan India)(2012-)
Purwakarta, Indonesia (Nissan Indonesia) (2012-)
|Predecessor||Nissan Vanette Van (Japan)
Nissan Kubistar (Europe)
|Class||Light commercial vehicle|
|Body style||4-door van|
|Layout||Front engine, front-wheel drive|
|Platform||Nissan B platform|
1.5 L HR15DE I4
1.6 L HR16DE I4
2.0 L MR20DE I4
1.5 L K9K I4 (Europe)
|Wheelbase||2010-12: 2,860 mm (112.6 in)
2013-: 115.2 in (2,926 mm)
|Length||2010-12: 4,400 mm (173.2 in)
2013-: 186.2 in (4,729 mm)
|Width||2010-12: 1,695 mm (66.7 in)
2013-: 68.1 in (1,730 mm)
|Height||2010-12: 1,850–1,855 mm (73–73.0 in)
2013-: 73.5 in (1,867 mm)
The Nissan NV200 is a light commercial vehicle produced by Nissan. It was first shown as the NV200 Concept at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. It was launched in Japan as Nissan NV200 Vanette on May 21, 2009, and in Europe in autumn 2009. In April 2010, it was named the Professional Van and Light Truck Magazine Van of the Year 2010. In China, the NV200 is built by Nissan in partnership with Dongfeng Motor, and was released in June 2010. In Indonesia, where it is also manufactured since 2012, the car is marketed as the "Evalia", available in standard S, more equipped SV and top of the line XV. An electric vehicle based on NV200 is planned.
The NV200 was one of three finalists (alongside the Karsan V-1 and Ford Transit Connect) for New York City's Taxi of Tomorrow. The Nissan was announced as the winner in May 2011 and is expected to be awarded a 10-year contract to provide the city exclusively with some 13,000 yellow cabs, starting in 2013. The European version with the 1.5L Diesel four-cylinder gets 54.4 averaged mpg (44 miles per US gallon); however, the American version will obtain many fewer miles per gallon. The American version will be built in Mexico and powered by a 2.0L gasoline four-cylinder engine and has been rated at 25mpg(US).
Since October 2011, the Vanette has also been sold as the Mitsubishi Delica D:3.
Electric version 
Based on the Nissan NV200, Nissan introduced the Nissan e-NV200 concept all-electric van at the 2012 North American Auto Show in Detroit. The e-NV200 has a 24 kWh battery pack that is expected to have a range similar to Nissan Leaf of 73 mi (117 km).
Trials with a prototype were conducted with Japan Post Service beginning in July 2011, followed by trials with FedEx in London starting in December 2011. More testing with a more advanced pre-production version unveiled at the 64th IAA Commercial Vehicle International Motor Show in Hanover is scheduled to take place in Singapore, the U.S. and Brazil, and production is expected to begin in 2013.
Nissan Evalia in India 
The Evalia was launched in India on the 27th of September, 2012.  This new MPV from the stables of Nissan Motors is slotted in between the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga MPV, which was launched in India in the month of April and has managed to make a mark in this segment, and the Toyota Innova, which is tagged as the bestselling MPV for a long time now. Nissan Evalia price is expected to be around Rs 8 lakhs, on the other hand Maruti Ertiga compact MPV is priced in the range of Rs 6 lakhs which is a notch lower than the anticipated price of Nissan Evalia, on the other hand Toyota Innova is priced a little more than Rs 8 lakhs, therefore Evalia will have the benefit of being priced between the two. Maruti Ertiga’s highest selling point is its low price that has set the ball rolling for the new compact MPV in the Indian car market.
Chevrolet City Express 
Chevrolet announced in May 2013 that it would sell a re-badged version of the NV200 van for the U.S. and Canada, labelled "Chevrolet City Express". The model is not planned to go on sale until the fall of 2014.
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