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Latest Qashqais arrive

By Cornish Guardian  |  Posted: January 08, 2014

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Excitement levels are building at the West End Motors car dealership after Nissan revealed prices for the much-anticipated new Nissan Qashqai.

The stunning British designed and built model, which has already received rave reviews in the motoring media, is set to arrive in West End Motors' Launceston Road showroom later this month.

And the dealership expects interest in the new model to soar after Nissan confirmed the new model would be priced from just £17,595. Tony Martin, Director at West End Motors, said: "The original Qashqai invented the crossover sector and its successor will completely redefine it. The new Qashqai will set new standards for technology, comfort and practicality, has a premium quality feel and boasts some of the most advanced features on the market. So for the price to be set at such an affordable level, where it remains accessible to buyers considering a conventional hatchback or crossover, is incredible."

Available in four now familiar Nissan trim levels – Visia, Acenta, Acenta Premium and Tekna – there will be a model in the new Qashqai line-up to suit every taste and budget.

Even the entry level Visia models – priced from £17,595 RRP – is surprisingly well equipped. Acenta models continue the generous theme with a further list of premium features fitted as standard and is priced from £19,145. Acenta Premium models start from £20,995 and feature a raft of comfort and safety technologies. Range-topping Tekna models – which start from £23,145 – feature an array of new-to-sector technologies that further highlight Nissan's lead in the crossover market.

The popular Bodmin dealership is one of the first in the UK to welcome the new Qashqai into its showroom and is hosting a launch weekend on January 24 and 27. For more information call West End Motors, Bodmin, on 01208 261111 or visit the Launceston Road showroom.

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