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Primera SE gets elbow as SX gains £500 sat-nav

NISSAN has added value to the Primera range by dropping the SE model, and adding satellite navigation to the SX model for an extra £500.

Since last summer, both models have run alongside each other, the SE costing £500 more than the SX, but with two different equipment lines.

The SE had sat-nav, while the SX did without it in favour of 17-inch alloy wheels and a six-CD autochanger.

The SX continues with its larger wheels and a CD autochanger, and now has Nissan’s Birdview sat-nav added as standard for an extra £500. Prices range from £15,750 on-the-road for the 1.8 SX hatchback to £18,650 for the 2.2 dCi SX estate.

However, retail customers can also benefit from a current special offer with Nissan cutting the price of the SX model by £755 for the hatchback and £1,355 for the estate.

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