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Nissan NV350 Urvan CNG - debut in Thailand

Nissan NV350 Urvan CNG - debut in Thailand © Nissan Thailand

Nissan launched a new car powered by natural gas in Thailand. It’s the NV350 Urvan minibus. It’s already Nissan’s third CNG-powered model (after Navara and Sylphy) available in this country.
Nissan NV350 Urvan CNG© Nissan ThailandNissan NV350 Urvan CNG

Nissan NV350 Urvan CNG is powered by a bi-fuel engine that runs on CNG or petrol. It has a power of 147 hp with 5,600 RPM and has maximum torque of 213 Nm reached at 4,400 RPM. The engine is powered by a sequential system that doses natural gas to the manifold’s inlet channels.

Nissan claims that this new vehicle is characterized by reduction of operating costs related to fuel by two-thirds compared to the petrol-powered version.

Natural gas compressed at 20MPa is stored in two tanks, 100 liter each. They are mounted below the last row of seats and additionally protected by a special cover.

The vehicle is available in two versions: a 12-seater with automatic transmission and a 16-seater with a manual gearbox.

The increased demand for CNG vehicles in Thailand has created new opportunities for Nissan. With outstanding performance, more space and great fuel efficiency, we are confident the CNG version of the NV350 Urvan will provide excellent value in this segment.

Hiroyuki Yoshimoto, president of Nissan Motor (Thailand)


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