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22/04/2015
It's a double whammy for Nissan at WhatCar? Magazine's 2015 Awards!

Nissan has extended its phenomenal winning streak by picking up two top honours at the highly regarded What Car? magazine Car of the Year Awards in London.

First the brand's British-built Qashqai - 2014'sWhat Car? Car of the Year - was crowned Best Small SUV for the second year running.

Then the all-new Nissan Pulsar, a spacious family hatchback launched last summer, was named best family car under £16,000 in the hugely competitive Family Car category.

Jim Holder, Editor of What Car?, said: "The Qashqai was chosen on the strength of its overall offering in terms of practicality, refinement and standard equipment.

"As impressive as the new Citroen and Range Rover are, neither really come close to dethroning the Qashqai as our top small SUV."

He added: "The Pulsar, meanwhile, delivers incredible value with the entry-grade Visia. It's hard to think of any other model in this price bracket that offers such a complete package."

As standard, the Pulsar 1.2 DIG-T 115 Visia costs £15,995 OTR and benefits from air-conditioning, Bluetooth, electric windows and 16-inch alloys as well as safety equipment such as six airbags, tyre pressure monitoring and electronic stability control.

Testament to the Qashqai's popularity, Nissan produced the two millionth Qashqai at its Sunderland factory in November last year - making it the fastest car model to reach this milestone in the history of the UK car industry.

The magazine's favourite Qashqai is the recently introduced n-tec+ model, which replaced the Acenta Premium grade. With n-tec+, owners get an even greater level of value thanks to a multitude of safety and comfort features, including Around View Monitor (AVM), Forward Emergency Brake (FEB), and additional equipment including roofrails and a panoramic roof, with prices starting at £22,250 OTR (or £21,700 OTR for n-tec).

For more information about the Nissan Qashqai or Pulsar, or any other model in the Nissan range, or to book a test drive, please get in touch with your local wlmg Nissan dealership.



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