Nissan has established itself in the UK and Northern Ireland market as one of the leading car manufacturers of choice, not only by offering car buyers class leading models in all vehicle segments but also pioneering the popular crossover segment with the original Crossover that is the Nissan Qashqai back in 2007. Nissan have cemented their position further with the recent release of the popular second generation Nissan Juke and the new Nissan X-Trail.
"The three model Crossover range at Shelbourne Nissan is the most comprehensive on the market today" comments Paul Greenfield General manager at Shelbourne Motors Nissan. We have seen tremendous interest in these cars since their introduction to the market with the new Juke now available from only £199 per month and £199 deposit, whilst available to motability customers from £0 advance payment. The new X-Trail has just arrived at Shelbourne and is available in an economical yet performance based 1.6 turbo diesel engine with 128 bhp delivering up to 57.6 mpg, or a 1.6 turbo charged petrol engine option", Paul continues.
Glimpse at the new X-Trail and you would be forgiven for thinking the new model is its younger brother the Nissan Qashqai, the exterior styling is similar though the X-Trail is slightly longer and is higher and wider than the Qashqai. Entry level X-Trial comes packed with specification and features as standard, boasting 17" alloy wheels and the comfort and build quality you now expect from Nissan.
For car buyers after a smaller option to that of the three Nissan Crossovers, Shelbourne Nissan offers the leading 'tried and tested' Nissan Micra and Nissan Note, market leaders in their vehicle segments, these two stylish looking cars boast comfort, quality and performance we now have come to expect from owning and driving a new Nissan. Both models are now available at Shelbourne Nissan from only £149 per month £149 deposit and £169 per month and £169 deposit respectively.
(l to r): David Edgar (Nissan Sales executive), William McGuickin (Nissan Sales executive), Paul GreenField (Shelbourne Nissan General manager), Dwayne Harbinson (Nissan Sales executive), Ian Davison (Nissan Business manager).