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Nissan Credit announced details last week of a competitive low rate finance offering available to customers purchasing selected new Nissan passenger models in 2012.
The launch of the new Nissan NV400 van here will mark the next step in Nissan's ambitions to grow its presence in the LCV market in Ireland and across Europe.
Nissan gets two new arrivals this month. The most important is the new Micra and the entry level 1.2 litre XE five-door sells for €14,195 ex-works. It arrives as a five-door supermini with a 1.2 litre petrol with CO2 emissions of 115g/km when married to the five-speed manual gearbox. This version qualifies for the lower band A rate of car tax. Fuel consumption for the manual model on a combined cycle is 56mpg or 5.0L/100km.
Nissan unveiled their all new Micra, the fourth generation of the iconic city car, at the Geneva Motor Show last week.
Nissan unveiled its new Micra, the fourth generation of the iconic city car, at the Geneva Motor Show.
Nissan has just increased its scrappage discounts by a further €1,000 on its qualifying range of new cars.
Fifteen years old Noel Murphy from Shrule Co. Mayo was recently awarded the Keegan Cup. The cup is for drivers aged between 14-16 who take part in the National Autocross Championship. He began 2009 at the wheel of a Honda Civic while his new Nissan Micra was being built. It all took off in March with the first round of the National Autocross Championship in Birr. This was a baptism of fire for the young man as he won his class by a comfortable margin. “Start as you mean to continue”, as they say, and this is what he did, winning the second round at the Cork Autocross and finishing an incredible 15th overall in his 1.4 litre Honda.
Building on the many strengths of a car that has taken the market by storm, Nissan’s new seven-seat Qashqai+2 will be firmly in the spotlight as it made its glamorous world debut at the British International Motor Show last week.
Building on the many strengths of a car that has taken the market by storm, Nissan’s new seven-seat Qashqai+2 was firmly in the spotlight as it made its glamorous world debut at the British International Motor Show last week.
A 20-year-old Ballina man who purchased a car for €60 was fined at Ballina District Court this week for road traffic offences.