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Nissan realigns Terrano prices

NISSAN has cut the price of its range-topping Terrano II by £430 and increased the specification level as part of a raft of changes to the 2000 model year line-up. The new 2.7TD SE+ five-door will cost £24,750 on-the-road when it goes on sale in January, less than the £25,180 SE Touring model which currently heads the range.

The new model also boasts more equipment. The range now has three trim levels - S, SE and SE+ - and also includes the 2.4-litre 116bhp petrol engine which was dropped from the range in October. The other engine is a 2.7-litre 123bhp turbodiesel unit. Prices for other models have risen with the 2.7TD S three-door up £200 to £18,200 on the road, the 2.7TD SE three-door up £405 to £20,400 and the 2.7TD SE five-door up £475 to £23,100.

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