Our Japanese to English Instrument Cluster Conversion for the model year 2014+ Nissan e-NV200 van (ME0) VX or GX spec model offers all screens and menus in English as well as the all of the warning messages that can appear for various reasons from time to time.
Currently these conversions involve the instrument cluster being removed from the vehicle and sent to us, although we are working on a tool to allow this to be done anywhere anytime through the car’s OBD2 (diagnostics) port like we currently offer for the Leaf.
Some example pictures showing the instrument cluster display before and after conversion as well as particular details associated with this model can be found below.
On ME0 VX and GX spec models, the date and time is set through menus in the instrument cluster. As well as displaying the correct time on the clock, this also allows for correct function of the charging and climate timer.
On ME0 VX and GX spec models, the end state of charge can be set through a menu in the instrument cluster.
On models equipped with the AC Out feature (an an on-board inverter powered from the high voltage battery) an alarm can be set to warn against the HV battery being discharged to certain level. While the on-board inverter and its associated power outlets can found on most Japanese models, its output is unfortunately 100V 60Hz AC.
A range of European languages is available after our conversion of the Japanese-spec instrument cluster.
Unlike the Leaf where certain markets received a certain fixed unit for the Energy Economy meter, the e-NV200 allows either kWh/100km or km/kWh to be selected.
On ME0 VX and GX spec models, the charging timer and climate timer are set through menus in the instrument cluster. The times set represent the ENDING time. The required starting time is automatically calculated by the vehicle.