Why Lease A Nissan Interstar?
The latest Nissan Interstar is a new entry in the large van marketplace, competing against some big names - such as the Ford Transit and Vauxhall Movano - for attention. The Interstar, however, has an ace up its sleeves - it is available in a huge variety of cab types and is offered with a lot of model-specific features. Payloads max out at just over 1500kg (up there with the class leaders) and the 2.3-litre Twin Turbo diesel engines offer an excellent return on investment. Find your perfect Nissan Interstar model today or browse all our latest Nissan vans available online.
Why Choose Leasing?
If you want a brand-new large van consider a Nissan Interstar lease. With this option, you can drive away in a new van and pay affordable monthly payments with no hidden fees. You have the option to pay a lower initial rental payment, making it easier to get a new van without having to save up a large amount of money. You can customise your lease by choosing the contract length, annual mileage, and model that best suits your needs. You can also add servicing and maintenance to your plan as an optional extra. Another advantage of leasing a Nissan Interstar is that you don't have to worry about the depreciation of your van or the hassle of selling it for a lower price when you're ready to get a new one.
Don't settle for used, lease a brand-new Nissan Interstar large van today. If you're new to leasing and would like to know more, take a look at our easy to understand van leasing guides.
Interstar Specifications & Dimensions
All versions of the Nissan Interstar are powered by the same 2.3-litre Twin Turbo diesel engine, which offers power and long service intervals of every two years or 25,000 miles. You’ll find this engine under the bonnet of every body type, including the panel van, box van, platform, chassis, tipper and dropside versions.
Payloads of up to 1587kg are available at the top end of the panel van range and there's a a maximum load volume of 17 cubic metres in the L4H3 version - the largest box van version increases that load volume to 21.7 cubic metres.
In the panel van version, you can choose to spec the bulkhead as full steel (provides a completely separate loadspace and cabin), windowed steel (provides a single window in the full bulkhead) and open (the bulkhead is replaced with a metal grill panel behind the driver’s seat only).
The panel van’s loadspace is accessible through 270-degree dual barn doors at the back of the vehicle, with a maximum aperture size of 1580mm wide by up to 1820mm high, depending on model. The side sliding doors on all but the L1 van are 1270mm wide, which is more than enough to slide a Euro pallet in from the side.
Nissan Interstar Drive & Trim
The Nissan Interstar is available in a variety of body styles, trim levels and with a range of driver assistance and safety technology. You can choose between front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive, depending on what you need from your Interstar.
There are four main trim levels available across the range - Visia, Acenta, Tekna and Tekna+. Each trim level adds progressively more options to the vehicle, e.g. at Tekna+ safety options include lane departure warning, auto low high beam lights and blind spot detection. Air conditioning, however, is only available on vehicles at the Tekna trim level and higher. Be sure to take a look at the vehicle’s spec list to confirm which options your vehicle comes with.
Nissan Interstar Fuel Economy & Emissions
All new Nissan Interstar vans are powered by a robust 2.3-litre Twin Turbo diesel engine available in 110hp, 135hp, 150hp, 180hp power outputs - each of these units is fully Euro6D compliant, while the 145hp and 165hp units are EuroVIe compliant.
At best, you’ll enjoy up to 32.8mpg on the 150hp unit (WLTP combined), which is a great indication that the less powerful engines will be even more fuel and emission-efficient.
What Other Vans Does The Interstar Compete With?
Being a large van, the Nissan Interstar competes with a variety of vehicles, including some big names - primarily the Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and the Stellantis Brand large vans (Citroen Relay, Peugeot Boxer, Fiat Doblo and Vauxhall Movano).
Interstar Van Leasing FAQS
What engine is in the Nissan Interstar?
The Nissan Interstar is driven by a Euro 6d-TEMP 2.3-litre diesel engine - available in 110HP, 135PS, 150HP and 180HP power outputs, depending on the model chosen.
Where is the Nissan Interstar built?
The Nissan Interstar is built at a manufacturing plant based in Batily, France.
How long is a Nissan Interstar?
The Nissan Interstar is available in three lengths on front-wheel drive models - L1, L2 and L3. The length of the van at each option are as follows: L1 versions are approximately 5m long, L2 versions are 5.5m long and L3 versions are nearly 6.2m long. On rear-wheel drive models, L3 is the base length (same as above), while L4 models are nearly 6.9m long. Chassis cab, Luton and tipper versions are also available with varying lengths depending on whether you choose a crew cab variant.
Has the Interstar replaced the NV400?
Yes, the Nissan Interstar has replaced the NV400 in Nissan’s van range.
Is the Interstar the biggest Nissan van?
Yes, the Nissan Interstar is now Nissan’s biggest van.
How long is the warranty on a Nissan Interstar?
Nissan Interstar vans come with a 5-year or 100-mile warranty as standard - a class-leading offer.