Nissan Motor Co. began selling its redesigned Caravan commercial vehicle in Japan on June 15.
The NV350 Caravan is the latest version of Nissan’s versatile workhorse, which has been through four generations including recreational vehicles since its debut in 1973.
A new YD25DDTi diesel engine uses clean-diesel technology to achieve best-in-class fuel economy of 12.2 kilometers per liter based on Japan's JC08 mode test cycle, the company says. Two gasoline engines also included in the range also make full use of fuel-saving technologies and offer 9.1 and 9.9 km per liter fuel economy.
The NV350 Caravan offers a 305-cm cargo space length and its interior can be rearranged to provide various combinations of seating and cargo.
It is expected to be rolled out globally after its Japan launch. Diesel and long-bodied versions will be sold from July 13. A wide-bodied model will be launched in the winter.
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