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Car deal hits spot as Nissan offers 0% finance on stock

Clarence Coast Nissan manager Geoff Wicks delivers a new Nissan Dualis Ti-L to Daily Examiner general manager Judy Lewis who appreciates the great value in shopping local. Photo: Kate Matthews
Clarence Coast Nissan manager Geoff Wicks delivers a new Nissan Dualis Ti-L to Daily Examiner general manager Judy Lewis who appreciates the great value in shopping local. Photo: Kate Matthews

CLOSE to 40 car buyers have taken advantage of Clarence Coast Nissan's latest deal, offering 0% finance on all new vehicles that the company has in stock.

Clarence Coast Motors manager Geoff Wicks estimates more than $250,000 has already been saved by local buyers in interest repayments.

"These are dollars that will now work their way around our community to the benefit of local businesses and families," Mr Wicks said.

After researching her options online, Daily Examiner general manager Judy Lewis took delivery of her brand new Nissan Dualis Ti-L last week.

Ms Lewis said it was hard to go past the great value offered by local dealers.

"Shopping local means we are supporting local families and helping to keep money in the community," Ms Lewis said.

Current offers from Nissan Financial Services end on December 31, and include a 0% offer on all new Nissans in stock.

Finance is available to approved buyers, conditions and fees may apply.

See Clarence Coast Nissan business manager Kevin Gooding for full details.



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