If you’re UK (and probably Europe) based, then you must know that this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show will be held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England from 12-14 April 2011.

Tachoblog’s mentioned what DAF, Renault and Volkswagen will showing on their stands, so now it’s the turn of Nissan.

The Nissan commercial vehicle range will get even bigger at the Birmingham CV show next month. The company’s new large van, the NV400 will be making its UK premiere at the CV show to be held at the NEC.

The all-new NV400, a big brother to the award-winning NV200, adopts Nissan’s new naming strategy for its light commercial vehicles.

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The NV400 will be joined by a whole host of vehicles from Nissan’s commercial vehicle range offering something for everyone.  So whether it’s a small van, a 4×4, a pickup or three-tonne truck, you’ll find it on the Nissan stand.

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The Nissan LEAF will also make its commercial vehicle show debut.  Electric vehicles are increasingly relevant for all businesses due to their extremely low running costs and zero benefit in kind taxation, in addition to the obvious environmental benefits.

Nissan’s LCV sales and marketing director, Francis Bleasdale comments: “The NV400 adds the finishing touch to the top of our ever-increasing commercial vehicle range and the LEAF, Nissan’s purpose-built 100% electric family car is expected to prove a real talking point at the show.”