September 2017 News
The prices for Nissan’s revised X-Trail have been now been revealed, with all versions more expensive than before. Buyers have the choice of four trim levels – Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna – and the option of two powerplants, both carried over from the old car, albeit in revised form in the case of the 129bhp 1.6-litre dCi engine. Joining that unit is the 174bhp 2.0- litre dCi that was added to the model line-up last year. Prices kick off at £24,845 for the Visia dCi 130 and rise to £37,410 for the Tekna dCi 177 all-wheel-drive with X-tronic continuously variable transmission. Each version is offered with the option of five- or seven-seats, with the first examples of the facelifted X-Trail arriving in UK showrooms shortly.
A new version of the Navara pick-up has been revealed by Nissan, with just 400 examples of the Trek-1° set to be produced. All are based on the top-of-the-range Tekna trim level, with the addition of black side styling bars, two forward facing LED spot lights attached to the top section, a load bed cover and black 18-inch alloy wheels. Available in either Storm white or metallic black, the special Navara is priced at £35,065 with a manual gearbox, or £36,765 with an automatic transmission, with each paired to the 2.3-litre dCi 190 diesel engine. Named after the geographical location of the Navarre desert in northern Spain, the Navara Trek-1° also features DAB radio, a navigation system, rear parking sensors, a 360 degree camera system, LED headlights, leather upholstery, heated front seats, electric driver’s seat and a full-size spare wheel.
August 2017 News
A new special version of the Juke has been announced, with the newcomer wearing the Envy nameplate. Based on the well kitted out N-Connecta trim level, the Juke Envy adds extra personalisation options, including Tokyo black bumper inserts front and rear, together with the same coloured inserts for the Xenon headlights and 18-inch alloy wheels. Detroit red door mirror covers, side door sills and lower boot finishers complete the exterior look. On the inside, the red theme continues with highlights to the air vents and gear lever. Diesel fans have the choice of a single diesel engine, the highly capable 109bhp 1.5-litre dCi unit, which has a price tag of £20,650. The special edition Juke Envy is available to order now at Nissan dealers.
April-May 2017 News
A new Black Edition of the Nissan Leaf electric vehicle has just gone on sale, priced at £26,890 inclusive of the government plug-in vehicle grant. Based on the Acenta 30kW model, there’s extra equipment including LED headlights, black 16-inch alloy wheels, black door mirror caps and a black rear roof spoiler, while on the inside, there’s also carpet mats with blue stitching for the additional £1,100 that this model costs. The first 200 customers will receive a free Wi-Fi hotspot, capable of pairing with up to eight devices. On sale now, the Leaf Black Edition will only be available until August 2017 and even comes with the option of zero per cent APR finance from £207 per month with no minimum deposit, free insurance in the first year and two years of free servicing, along with a £1,000 deposit contribution.