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Nissan slashes Primera diesel prices

NISSAN has cut the price of all diesel Primera models to increase its share of the diesel market in 2003. It has also increased specification on S grade models. On-the-road prices for Primeras powered by the 124bhp 2.2-litre common rail diesel engine have been reduced by £500, making the premium for diesel £500 more than a 2.0-litre petrol model.

Meanwhile S specification cars now have a colour display monitor and rear electric windows as standard.

Nissan has been surprised by the take-up of higher specification cars in the UK (30% of new Primeras sold have been either SVE or T-spec models), so it has tried to boost the appeal of the entry-level models.

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