Used Nissan Primastar Vans in Scotland

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We have 12 used Nissan Primastar vans for sale online, so check out the listings. View stock from 3 dealers. Find a second hand Nissan Primastar by searching today.
Nissan Primastar  2022, 5 miles, £29999 +19
Nissan Primastar £29,999

2022

Manual

Mileage: 5

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2022, 10 miles, £25299 +20
Nissan Primastar £25,299

2022

Manual

Mileage: 10

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2022, 2499 miles, £29999 +24
Nissan Primastar £29,999

2022

Manual

Mileage: 2,499

Diesel

Nissan Primastar DCI SE SHR PV 2011, 102000 miles, +14

2011

Manual

Mileage: 102,000

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2022, 10 miles, £25999 +18
Nissan Primastar £25,999

2022

Automatic

Mileage: 10

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2022, 50 miles, £30300 +24
Nissan Primastar £30,300

2022

Manual

Mileage: 50

Diesel

Nissan Primastar 2022, 337 miles, £25000 +29
Nissan Primastar £25,000

2022

Manual

Mileage: 337

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2014, 163000 miles, £5250 +6

2014

Manual

Mileage: 163,000

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2007, 115000 miles, £3999

2007

Manual

Mileage: 115,000

Diesel

Nissan Primastar  2006, 0 miles, £4498

2006

Manual

Mileage: Unknown

Diesel

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Why buy a used Nissan Primastar with Exchange and Mart?

If your business is searching for a medium-sized light van, then you're certainly not short of choice. Ford's Transit Custom, Volkswagen's Transporter and Mercedes' Vito may all be options that spring to mind, though in truth, these stand-alone models account for a relatively small slice of the European market for mid-range LCVs of this kind. No, the biggest sales in this segment are spread across just two main designs shared by a variety of manufacturers. First there's the model badged variously as either a Citroen Dispatch, a Peugeot Expert, a Toyota Proace, a Fiat Scudo or a Vauxhall Vivaro. And up against it is the design that takes nearly 30% of the European market in this segment, the vehicle we're looking at here, badged as either a Renault Trafic or, as in this case, a Nissan Primastar. The Nissan is less familiar than its two design stablemates on British roads, despite the fact that it's priced sharply and offers a longer warranty. How much else has it to offer today's demanding operators? Let's find out.

About the Nissan Primastar

This Primastar van certainly looks a competitive proposition. We like the efficient engines, the spacious load bay, the hugely practical cab and the decent quality throughout. But should you select it with a Nissan badge rather than from a Renault showroom? Aggressive pricing against the alternative Renault Trafic, matched by a superior class-leading warranty suggests that perhaps you should. A tempting package then, for cost-conscious business buyers shopping in this sector. It won't be the first contender you think of in this segment but it remains one of the more sensible choices you could make.