For a limited period, Nissan is adding satellite navigation, worth £1200, to all X-TRAIL SVEs. And it isn’t just any Sat Nav. It is the highly acclaimed Birdviewä Satellite Navigation system. While some use a small screen with just a combination of arrows to guide the driver, Birdviewä gives at-a-glance 3D views of your surroundings on a full colour display which is the biggest in its class at 7 inches.
The factory fitted Birdviewä system is run by DVD unlike most inferior CD ROM rivals. This means that you don’t need to buy expensive discs to find destinations within Europe. You can programme in the quaint hotel in the South of France you have booked for your summer break away while sat outside your house here in Blighty. And you’ll get accurate guidance all the way. Being an advanced DVD system it recalculates routes faster than other Sat Nav systems if you need to take a diversion.
The Sat Nav isn’t the SVE’s only luxury feature. Standard equipment includes leather upholstery, heated and electrically adjustable front seats, a large electric tilt/slide panoramic sunroof, climate control air-conditioning and one-touch electric foldaway door mirrors.
Prices for the X-TRAIL SVE start at £20,995 for the 2.5 16v manual rising to £21,995 for the 2.5 16v auto and the 2.2dCi manual.
And if free satellite navigation isn’t quite enough for you, choose to finance your X-TRAIL through Nissan’s Preferences scheme and you will get a deposit contribution of £500.
The Nissan Preferences offer doesn’t just apply to the X-TRAIL SVE. Both the SE and Sport get the same. And should you opt for the range topping T-SPEC your down payment will be enhanced by £1000 assistance.
The award-winning Nissan X-TRAIL is the fastest growing compact 4x4 on the market with sales up 40% versus the same time last year and this success is set to continue.
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