Do you drive a Toyota Yaris, Honda Jazz, Skoda Fabia, VW Polo or Rover 25? Well, if you do, Nissan would like to give you £750. That’s £750 on top of the trade-in value of your current car to put towards the cost of a brand new Micra SE or SVE.
In addition, Nissan is also giving every customer who buys an SVE before the end of June, three years free servicing and three years RAC cover (which will save you as much as £520). And there’s the offer of zero per cent finance over three years. The SVE model is one of the best equipped superminis on the market with features that include driver and passenger airbags, ABS with Brake Assist and EBD, ultrasonic rear parking sensors, climate control air-conditioning, 15-inch alloy wheels and Nissan’s Intelligent Key. With prices starting at £10,295 for a 1.4-litre three-door, customers trading in one of the above cars will pay just £151 a month after a deposit of £4118.
But don’t worry if you don’t drive one of these cars because you can still take advantage of three years, zero per cent finance (with 40% deposit) on all SE and SVE models. With the SE range starting from £9,150 for the 1.2 three-door, you would pay a deposit of £3660 plus 36 monthly payments of just £153.
Offers on other Micra models in the range include zero per cent finance on the S grade over 12 months with 50% deposit and free insurance on S and XS models when purchased with Preferences, Nissan’s personal contract purchase plan. However if you purchase a Micra SX, you will still qualify for free insurance on the SX model.
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