Nissan's summertime promotional campaign, which provides a host of incentives across the range, kicks off with a £1,000 discount on the new Nissan Pixo compact car.
Enabling buyers to own a new Nissan from £5,995 on the road, the saving is among a series of incentives being offered by UK dealerships from now until 30th September 2009.
With CO2 emissions of just 103g/km meaning a £35 annual road tax fee and combined economy of 64.2mpg, the Nissan Pixo is cheap to own as well as affordable to buy.
Meanwhile the Nissan Micra and Nissan Note models benefit from the addition of the special edition n-tec trim grade. Positioned between the Acenta and Tekna, and costing from £9,995 and £11,640 respectively, this new n-tec duo boast numerous additional niceties including 16-inch alloy wheels and Nissan Connect.
An integrated touch-screen system, Nissan Connect combines a CD/radio sound system with MP3 connection, USB port, bluetooth connectivity and satellite navigation. Proven and popular in the Nissan QASHQAI n-tec, its fitment to the Nissan Micra and Nissan Note allows small car buyers to enjoy this latest technology.
Micra n-tec is powered by a 1.2-litre 16-valve petrol engine while the Note has a 1.4-litre 16-valve powertrain. Nissan's clean and ultra-frugal 1.5-litre dCi diesel can also be specified in tandem with n-tec trim on both models.
To make financing a new Nissan more affordable, 0% finance, with a minimum 30% deposit, is available on the Nissan Micra, Nissan Note, Nissan QASHQAI and Nissan QASHQAI+2 n-tec models.
Alternatively Nissan is also offering low rate 6.9% APR Preferences personal contract plan deals on all Nissan Micra, Nissan Note, Nissan QASHQAI and Nissan QASHQAI+2 models, with no minimum deposits required on the Nissan Micra and Nissan Note.
These low rate finance offers also apply to Nissan's acclaimed 4x4 trio. With a minimum 10% deposit on the Nissan X-Trail and Nissan Pathfinder, and 15% deposit on the Nissan Navara, all three can be driven away on a three year 6.9% APR Preferences deal.
Combined with Nissan's participation in the Government's Scrappage Scheme, plus the extended scheme for owners of vehicles eight to ten years old trading in against a new British-built model, these offers provide maximum value for new car buyers this summer.Published 20 July 2009