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Police-spec Primera set to hit the beat

NISSAN has unveiled its new Primera police car to fleets following a makeover by a Coventry-based team of conversion specialists.

Woodway Engineering fitted a clear tone police radio, strobe light bar, siren system and cabling to bring the vehicle up to police specification. Nissan began supplying police forces in 1998.

It now provides 28 of the 52 UK forces with marked and unmarked cars, including 4x4 Terranos and the previous model Primera.

David Murfitt, fleet sales director of Nissan, said: 'We are pleased with the considerable interest and positive response we have received from forces to date. We are currently in negotiation with a number of forces about potential orders for the new model.'

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