*Representative example: Cash Price £8,500.00. Deposit £0. Total Amount of Credit £8,000.00. 47
Monthly Payments of £216.05 with a final payment of £220.05 which includes an Option to Purchase
fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 48 months. Total Amount Payable is £10,515.17. Total Cost
of Credit is £2015.17. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 5.93%. Representative APR 11.40%.
If you're looking for an adventure, the Nissan X-Trail is the crossover that you'll want by your side. This highly practical family car comes packed with clever technology, features attractive exterior styling and has a refined and comfortable interior that's incredibly flexible. What's more, this car is effortless to drive and is available with four-wheel drive for those who are keen to get far off the beaten track. Come and test drive one of the used Nissan X-Trail models for sale in Poole today. You'll find the complete range of used cars available through Hamworthy Car Centre listed here on the website.
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The representative finance examples shown above are for illustrative purposes only. Fees, rates and monthly payments may change subject to underwriting decision.
Representative APR 7.9 %
*Fees are already accounted for within the payments displayed and are included within the total amount payable.
Finance is available to UK residents aged 18 years or older, subject to status. Terms & Conditions apply. Indemnities may be required. Other finance offers may be available but cannot be used in conjunction with this offer. We work with a number of carefully selected credit providers who may be able to offer you finance for your purchase, commission may be received. We are only able to offer finance products from these providers. Postal Address: Hamworthy Car Centre, 1 Rigler Road, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset BH15 4BN. Find contact details here.
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