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Nissan announces price rises

NISSAN has announced prices for the new 1998 Micra, which goes on sale on April 14, as well as price rises on Primera, Terrano II, QX, 200 SX, Pickup, Cabstar and Vanette Cargo. The new Micra range starts from £8,295 on-the-road for the three-door 1.0 Equation, with standard equipment including body-coloured bumpers, driver's airbag and tinted glass.

The 1.0 Micra GX and Si will be priced £9,250. They feature electric windows, rear spoiler, four-speaker stereo, keyless entry with immobiliser, central locking and superlocking. The GX will also feature power steering and a sunroof, while the Si gets alloy wheels, body-coloured mirrors and sports bumpers.

Customers will also be able to upgrade all models to a 1.3 engine for £400, while automatic transmission costs £995 and five-door versions (not available on the Si) are £435 extra. Details of special option packs are to be announced soon. The existing Micra starts at £8,100 on-the-road for the three-door 1.0 Shape, rising to £9,250 for the three-door 1.0 GX and S. Primera now starts from £13,795 on-the-road for the 1.6 Equation, while Terrano II and QX prices rise by an average of 2% and 200SX 2.1%.

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