With sales up 7% over the same period last year, Nissan is getting its customers into the holiday mood with offers of cashback, worth up to £2000, and free insurance on selected models in the passenger car range.
Customers can save £2000 off the price of a Primera if purchased through Preferences, Nissan’s personal contract purchase scheme. The £2000 is offered as a deposit contribution from Nissan and customers can either choose to lower their monthly payments by paying a higher deposit, upgrade to a higher specification model or simply use the lowest possible deposit. A Primera 1.8 S will cost £307 per month (plus final payment) with a deposit of £2000 (paid by Nissan) or £209 per month with a deposit of £5055, of which the customer will pay £3055.
X-TRAIL customers are also being offered a deposit contribution worth £1000. If ‘cash in your hand’ sounds more appealing, then why not go for an Almera Pulse or Flare or a Tino S, all of which are offered with £1000 cashback.
Finally, the new Micra range (excluding the E) is offered with one year’s free insurance for customers aged between 21-80 years. With the money that customers can save, why not give their car a more individual look with a range of accessories such as the recently launched body kit, which features side skirts, front and rear lower lip spoilers, fender flares (wheel arch extensions to you and me) and headlamp covers known as eyebrows.
Summary of offers
Peace of mind warranty
All Nissan vehicles are covered by Nissan’s three-year or 60,000-mile mechanical warranty, three-year paint warranty and six-year perforation corrosion protection. Twelve months roadside assistance – operated in conjunction with the RAC – is also included.
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