Pimped by Dethleffs
Nissan Primastar comes as a truck
02/23/2022 at 7:35 pm
The basis of the Nissan Primastar actually comes from Renault, the conversion that turns it into a mobile home with four sleeping places comes from Deathlyfs. In the end, “Seaside by Dehtleffs” is a Nissan exclusive that the Japanese can pay very well for.
In the spring of 2021, Nissan first upgraded its pickup truck, previously known as the NV300, and then renamed it Primastar. In summer, the Renault Trafic’s sister model will also be available as a “Seaside by Dethleffs” camper. Although it was converted by Dethleffs, it was sold by Nissan dealers.
In the 5.08-meter Primastar, the mobile home specialist has accommodated a dining area, four beds and a kitchenette. The latter offers a 36-liter refrigerator, two-burner gas stove, and storage space for cooking utensils. There is also a fresh water tank, overhead locker and wardrobe on board.
In the standard version, the Primastar offers four seats, and the front seats can be flipped and aligned toward the dining table. If guests want to go to sleep, there is a rollaway bed with a 2.00 x 1.25m cold foam mattress underneath and a second bed under a 1.89 x 1.25m retractable roof. Equipment includes a dimmable LED ambient light as well as a reading light and USB socket in the pop-up ceiling bed.
The basis for the conversion is the Primaster pickup truck with sliding door and tailgate in Tekna equipment. The base car comes with air conditioning, cruise control, an infotainment system with an 8-inch touch screen and navigation, a leather steering wheel, a rear camera and several assistance systems. The equipment set also includes painted bumpers, tinted windows, additional heating and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Six-seater seats and a trailer hitch can also be ordered as an option. Customers can also choose between two 150hp or 170hp diesel engines, each of which can be combined with either a six-speed manual transmission or a manual transmission. Nissan has yet to announce any pricing for the Seaside conversion, but it will likely start at around €60,000. Which is not much different from what competitors are asking for similarly designed motorhome prices.