On the eve of spring: Nissan introduced a new campervan

On the eve of spring: Nissan introduced a new campervan

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In anticipation of spring, Nissan introduced the Primastar Seaside by Dethleffs custom campervan for the European market. The model was built in cooperation with the German company Dethleffs, one of the oldest manufacturers of campers and caravans in Europe. The minivan can accommodate up to six people and offers four sleeping places. At the same time, inside there is everything you need for country trips: a kitchen, a dining table, a wardrobe and many compartments for storing, for example, sports equipment.

The campervan is based on the Nissan Primastar all-metal van in the Tekna configuration. Regularly, such cars are equipped with LED headlights, an eight-inch media system, navigation, as well as front parking sensors and electric side mirrors. The engine is a diesel 2.0 with a capacity of 150 or 170 horsepower, paired with a six-band automatic or “mechanics” with the same number of gears.

With support from Dethleffs, the van has been given a touch of cosiness and turned into a comfortable motor home. Inside there are six separate chairs, four of which can be moved at will or removed altogether. The driver and front passenger seats rotate 180 degrees and, together with a folding table, form the so-called dining area.

The campervan is also equipped with a kitchen with a gas stove and a sink. Food can be stored in the 36-litre refrigerator, while crockery and cutlery can be stored in drawers. Separate compartments are provided for sports equipment, equipment and clothing. Sleeps four, including two under a lifting roof. Primastar Seaside by Dethleffs will go on sale this summer. First, the cars will appear at Nissan’s German dealers, then the company will think about expanding to other EU countries.

At the same time, the new camper almost literally repeats the NV300 Michelangelo. Now this model is no longer for sale, but in the period from 2018 to 2020, it was sold in the amount of 400 pieces. Nissan called the success expected and explained it with a well-thought-out layout, thanks to which the Michelangelo could compete with the Ford Nugget and Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo.

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