With the seven-seat models coming in at around £400 more than the five-seaters, it's reasonable to assume that most NV200 Combi buyers will go for the pair of extra seats. The entry-level S car is only offered as a five-seater, however, so buyers will need to shell out for SE trim in order to get the seven-person capacity. In general, the NV200 Combi prices are considerably higher than the likes of Citroen's Berlingo Multispace and Peugeot's Partner Tepee but it does come with a diesel engine as standard, so the difference is reduced when you compare like for like.
The S model comes with a CD stereo, electric windows and a trip computer. It will be adequate for many buyers but the SE looks more appealing with alloy wheels, body-coloured bumpers, air-conditioning and Nissan's handy reversing camera. The top spec version is the SE Plus which adds ESP stability control and side airbags to the equipment list.