The popular Switch Scheme has been updated, now offering up to £2,000 Switch Support on the All New Micra, Juke, New Qashqai or New X-Trail or used LEAF, and extended the promotion until March 31st, 2018.
The enhanced offer is available alongside and in addition to competitive new PCP deals on All New Micra, New Qashqai and New X-Trail, including a new Acenta Limited Edition IG-T 90 version of Micra, which delivers additional style, equipment and value for money on the stylish supermini.
Nissan Switch Scheme now offering up to £2,000 Switch Support on brand new models
FULL details on all the refinements and improvements to the world’s best-selling SUV, the Nissan X-Trail.
With a robust exterior redesign and higher-quality interior, the new X-Trail comes with a host of new technologies including ProPILOT autonomous drive.
The enhancements come as a response to consumer insight and customer feedback, and have been designed to reinforce the X-Trail’s position as the perfect car for family adventures. Continue Reading
Previously a quite serious off-roader, the Nissan X-Trail is now softer and more sophisticated, less rugged, but more family friendly than its predecessors.
A NEW special version pack for the Nissan X-Trail has made the perfect crossover for family adventures even more thrilling.
On sale now, the Nissan X-Trail X-Scape comes with a compact and lightweight drone as standard, allowing customers to create lasting memories of their exploits.
The vehicle equipped with advanced ‘follow me’ GPS and visual tracking technology*, so users on the move can capture amazing photos and video footage of their days out with their drone following them autonomously. Continue Reading
It’s official, Nissan’s Sunderland Plant will be remaining with us in the UK – Nissan plans to turn its Sunderland factory into one of the biggest car plants in the world, producing two new models.
Nissan will produce the next Qashqai and the next X-Trail model at its Sunderland Plant. This will be the first time the X-Trail will be made outside Japan. Nissan plans to develop Sunderland into a “super plant” that will build more than 600,000 cars a year.