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Nissan announces price rises

NISSAN has increased prices on the majority of its car line-up by an average of 0.7% but the Window Van and Combi-5 models in the Vanette Cargo range increase by 3.7% and 3.5% respectively. Prices for the Micra, Almera, 200SX, QX, Terrano II and Patrol GR are all increased, but prices for Primera and Serena models and the remainder of the light commercial line-up remain unchanged.

Micra prices increase by 1%, the first rise since the car's launch in April. Prices now start at £8,395 (£8,320) on the road, including road fund licence and £25 first registration fee. Almeras go up by 0.9% special editions excepted. The range now starts at £11,395.

Prices for Nissan's 4x4 models all increase. The Terrano II model range increases in price by 1% and now starts at £16,795 (£16,660) for the X-treme three-door 2.4i. Meanwhile, Patrol GR prices increase 1.6% and now start at £21,500 (£21,175) for the three-door 2.8 TD. In the Vanette Cargo range the Window Van now costs £14,145 (£13,640) and the Combi-5 £14,695 (£14,190).

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