In readiness for the launch of the all new X-TRAIL on the 1st September 2007, Nissan has announced a tempting £700 consumer offer increasing the value of the Sport eXpedition and Aventura eXplorer models along with a low rate finance offer of 5.9% APR, which will be available across the whole range.
Adding kit such as DVD satellite navigation with voice recognition, colour rear parking camera, intelligent key and chrome door handles to the SPORT or DVD satellite navigation with voice recognition, colour rear parking camera and xenon headlamps to the Aventura would normally cost an additional £1700 but for a limited time this cost is reduced to £1000. This means that a Sport eXpedition 2.5 now starts from £21,695 and the Aventura eXplorer from £23,695 for the 2.5 petrol engine. If diesel is your preferred choice then add a further £800 for the 150PS 2.0dCi.
Financing the purchase of a new X-TRAIL has been made more attractive with a low interest rate offer of just 5.9% APR if purchased through Nissan’s own PCP finance scheme known as ‘Preferences’. This means TREK 2.0dCi payments can start as low as £259* per month spread over 36 months based on a low deposit of 23%.
For a further £20 per month the highly equipped SPORT grade can be driven away. This model provides an array of extras over the TREK including ALL-MODE 4x4-i which is the intelligent version of the 4x4 system that not only transfers from 2wd to 4wd when conditions sense it is required but now also features Electronic Stability Control (ESP), Uphill Start Support (USS) and Downhill Drive Support (DDS). The SPORT also comes with 17” alloys, front fog lamps, panoramic sunroof, cruise control, privacy glass, speed sensing auto lock, rain sensing wipers, auto headlamps and a 6 x CD auto-changer with 6 speakers.
The new X-TRAIL is available to order now, along with both these offers, from any Nissan Dealer.
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