Nissan will show the updated Primera at this month’s Sunday Times Motor Show Live.
Revisions include a more comfortable ride and sharper handling, a reversing camera now with a colour picture (previously black and white), DVD sat nav with new Traffic Management Channel to help driver avoid traffic congestion is now standard on more models, more functions for the integrated mobile phone operation, tyre-pressure monitoring for T-spec, a new centre console with lidded box to house the mobile phone cradle, a bin below for up to 8 CDs, new cup-holders and a new dashboard cubby hole.
As if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also find an in-dash 6 CD autochanger, new interior door trims with large, high mounted arm-rests and aluminium effect trim for the door-pulls and handles, new head-lining trim, dashboard display screen graphics now easier to understand and brighter, and funky new ‘Fine-vision’ instruments that illuminate in sequence when you insert the key.
Two new exterior colours have also been added to the range, which goes on sale from July. Prices are yet to be confirmed, but expect the starting point to be around £14,500.