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Nissan X-Trail Acenta 2.0 DCI 0% Finance

Nissan X-Trail Acenta 2.0 DCI 0% Hire Purchase

Ahoy shipmate - the Nissan X-Trail Acenta hire purchase plan ensures that owners never feel lost at sea. Easy to navigate terms include the £14,091 deposit that precedes thirty-six monthly instalments of £289 (0% APR representative). The total cost is £24,495 – none of which can be funded by nautical piracy. At the end of the contract the shipmate owns the vehicle outright so continues to benefit from its countless strengths. These include the spacious, five-seater, cabin that feels more robust than a pirate ship's belt armour. This complements the respectable on-road handling that inspires confidence en route to the ocean. Furthermore, the four-wheel-drive system makes negotiating slippery surfaces straightforward – although this vehicle is not a hard-core mud plunger like the latest Land Rover Discovery. Power comes from a 2.0-litre 173PS diesel engine that propels it to 62mph in 10 seconds and averages 44.1mpg. Not bad figures for the class. This workhorse has a fair specification too. Highlights include a system that prevents it rolling backwards during hill-starts, a feature that controls speed on steep descents, climate control, privacy glass, plus a nine speaker stereo. Never seen that on a pirate ship.

Nissan X-Trail Acenta 2.0 DCI Low Cost PCP

Shipmate, this land lover is also available via a low cost personal contract plan (4.9% representative APR). Payments include the £7,494 deposit which is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £299. However - unlike the hire purchase plan that ensures the motorist owns the car at the end of the contract – he/she then has three options to discuss over the Captain's table. The first is to pay the £8,089.30 final payment to own it outright. This totals £26,347.30 including interest. Option two is to return it. Here, there is nothing else to pay assuming it is in reasonable condition and has not exceeded the 10,000 mile annual allowance. Damage is charged according to severity and mileage excess at 8.0 pence per-mile. So, best not take to many long voyages. Option three is to purchase the vehicle as-per option one, then part exchange via a new personal contract plan. If the car is worth more than its final payment – perhaps because it is has low mileage or the condition is particularly shipshape – the difference contributes towards the replacement vehicle's deposit. The law of the sea demands nothing less. Bon voyage.