Winter is almost upon us and Nissan is offering customers a range of low rate finance deals, guaranteed to keep your money in your bank account earning enough interest to pay those winter heating bills. The offers are available from now until 13 December 2002.


The SE and SVE models in the recently refreshed Almera range are being offered with 0% finance over 36 months with 30% deposit. Both versions feature the new N-FORM interior layout with 5.8" monochrome centre display monitor, electronic climate control, driver, passenger and front side airbags and rear parking sensors, which make parking more of a miss than a hit affair. The Almera range, which hit the showrooms at the beginning of October, starts from £9995 on the road.

Almera Tino

Like the Almera models, the Tino range (excluding the S and SE models) is being offered with 0% finance over 36 months with 30% deposit. The range includes the "leathered up" Tino Hurricane, which features front and rear electric windows, 6 CD autochanger plus leather and Alcantara interior trim.


The new Primera range also attracts 0% finance over 36 months with 40% deposit. The range, which introduced N-FORM - the new behind-the-wheel concept with the centrally mounted instrument panel developed for ease of operation – is also available with low rate finance (6.9%) over four years with 20% deposit. Preferences, Nissan’s personal contract purchase plan, is also available with £1000 deposit.


Nissan’s award winning compact 4x4 attracts low rate Preferences, of 9.9% over three years.

Summary Of Offers

All Nissan vehicles are covered by Nissan’s three-year or 60,000-mile mechanical warranty, three-year paint warranty and 12-year perforation corrosion protection. Twelve months roadside assistance – operated in conjunction with the RAC – is also included.

* Indicates new offers

Published : 02/10/02 Author : Melanie Carter

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