Used Nissan Interstar Vans in Scotland

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Nissan Interstar 2.3 dci 130ps Tekna Box Van 20m3 +5
Nissan Interstar £26,000

2022

Manual

Mileage: 6,000

Diesel

Nissan Interstar DCI ACENTA L3H2 2022, 170 miles, +29
Nissan Interstar £25,000

2022

Manual

Mileage: 170

Diesel

Nissan Interstar 2.3 dci 135ps H2 Acenta Van 2022, +19
Nissan Interstar £31,674

2022

Manual

Mileage: Unknown

Diesel

Nissan Interstar 2.3 dci 135ps H2 Acenta Van 2022, +31
Nissan Interstar £32,394

2022

Manual

Mileage: 50

Diesel

Nissan Interstar  2022, 20 miles, £26995 +9
Nissan Interstar £26,995

2022

Manual

Mileage: 20

Diesel

Nissan Interstar  2022, 500 miles, £24999 +24
Nissan Interstar £24,999

2022

Manual

Mileage: 500

Diesel

Nissan Interstar  2022, 20 miles, £26845 +24
Nissan Interstar £26,845

2022

Manual

Mileage: 20

Diesel

Nissan Interstar  2022, 50 miles, £32394 +24
Nissan Interstar £32,394

2022

Manual

Mileage: 50

Diesel

Nissan Interstar 2022, 5000 miles, £29899 +21
Nissan Interstar £29,899

2022

Other

Mileage: 5,000

Diesel

Nissan Interstar 2022, 170 miles, £28000 +29
Nissan Interstar £28,000

2022

Manual

Mileage: 170

Diesel

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Why buy a used Nissan Interstar with Exchange and Mart?

Nissan has big plans for vans. Previously a minor player in the LCV sector, the Japanese company's influence in this segment has been slowly growing over the last few years following the well received launch of the compact but surprisingly spacious NV200 model in 2010. This was Nissan's own work, but the brand returned to its traditional partner Renault for help in developing the most sizeable model in its LCV range, this vehicle, the Interstar, previously known as the NV400. If you've tried the Renault Master version of this design, then you'll already know that it's a very competitive platform indeed, up with the class leaders when it comes to practicality and running costs. To this, the Interstar adds sharp pricing, distinctive looks, a huge range of model options and some clever hi-tech gadgetry. Will it all be enough? Let's find out.

About the Nissan Interstar

It makes sense to buy a really large LCV. After all, specify one of these correctly and it could carry most of what you'd normally need a smoky full-sized lorry to shift. And even if you don't have really huge loads to carry, running cost advances in this market segment mean that it won't really cost much more to run something like this than would be required to operate a van from the next class down - something in the Volkswagen Transporter / Vauxhall Vivaro-sized sector. However you specify it, this Interstar will give you a lot more carriage capacity than something like that. But then, you could say that of any large van. This one though, gives itself a fighting chance in this tight market segment thanks to improvements in engine efficiency, extra hi-tech features, sharp pricing, clever design and thoughtful equipment provision. The Nissan Connect by Tom Tom sat nav set-up for example, might easily sell you this vehicle all on its own. This then, is the substance behind this Japanese maker's claim to a much bigger slice of the LCV market. And on this showing, it's a claim other rivals will have to take very seriously indeed.