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Nissan X-Trail Tekna 2.0 DCI 0% Finance

Nissan X-Trail Tekna 2.0 DCI 150 Auto 0% Hire Purchase

'Stop the press' - the Nissan X-Trail Tekna 2.0 DCI 150 Auto is now available via a 0% interest hire purchase plan (APR representative). Terms include the £17,021 deposit which is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £359. The total cost is therefore £29,945. At the end of the term the motorist owns the vehicle so continues to benefit from its numerous strengths. These include the spacious, five-seater, cabin that feels extremely robust. This complements the respectable on-road handling that inspires a fair amount of confidence - although this vehicle is not necessary the best choice for enthusiastic drivers. On the plus side, its four-wheel-drive system makes negotiating slippery roads easier and – even though it is not a hard-core mud plunger like the Land Rover Discovery – the X-Trail is capable off-road. Power comes from a 2.0-litre 150PS diesel engine propels it to 62mph in 12.5 seconds and averages 39.9mpg. Performance and fuel economy are therefore decent for the class. This high-end workhorse is beautifully equipped too. The highlight is the Around View Monitor that provides a 360 degree aerial view via four cameras and a screen. This, of course, makes parking easy. The X-Trail also stops the press via its panoramic roof, Bose stereo system, and built-in sat-nav.

Nissan X-Trail Tekna 2.0 DCI 150 Auto 0% PCP

'Stop the press' - the Nissan X-Trail Tekna 2.0 DCI 150 Auto is also available via a low cost personal contract purchase plan (4.9% representative APR). Payments include the £3,058.29 deposit which precedes thirty-six monthly instalments of £559. 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. The first is to pay the £9,453.60 final payment to own it outright. This totals £32,635.89 including interest. Option two is to return it. Here, there will be nothing else to pay assuming it is in reasonable condition for its age and has not exceeded the 10,000 mile annual allowance. Mileage excess is charged at 8.0 pence per-mile and unreasonable wear/damage according to severity. Option three is to part exchange via a new personal contract purchase plan. If the X-Trail Tekna 2.0 DCI 150 Auto is worth more than its optional final payment – perhaps because it has low mileage – the difference contributes towards the newer vehicle's deposit. And … 'restart the press'.