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High spec QX

NISSAN has introduced a high-spec SEL version of the QX executive saloon with the highly acclaimed lightweight 24-valve 2.0 V6. The £23,495 asking price buys electric seats, air conditioning, four-speed autobox, 10-disc CD autochanger along with 140PS and 130lb ft of torque.

Aggressive front-end pricing gives the QX a £4,100 price advantage over the Vauxhall Omega 2.0CDX with leather trim. It also costs £2,500 less than the Ford Scorpio 2.3 Ultima with leather.

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