Nissan is offering extra equipment at no extra charge on its patrol ST.
Nissan Patrol ST Plus from $57,990 drive-away.
Nissan is doing deals on its ageing diesel Patrol.
The Patrol ST normally costs $57,390 plus on-road costs, but Nissan is offering the car as a Plus pack with extra equipment from $57,990 drive-away.
Additional features in the Plus include satellite navigation, a reversing camera and powered leather seats worth more than $5500.
Nissan’s deal applies until March 31.
Mazda2 Neo Sport from $15,690 drive-away.
Mazda is paying on-road and delivery costs on its best-selling city car, with the Mazda2 now available from $15,690 drive-away.
The deal applies to the entry-level Neo Sport models with 2013 build plates.
The car may soon enter run out mode as Mazda prepares to replace it with an all-new model.
Volkswagen Tiguan from $27,990 drive-away.
Volkswagen’s entry-level SUV has been discounted from $28,490 plus on-road costs to $27,990 drive-away.
The deal applies to manual 118TSI models and represents thousands in savings, but only applies to 2013-plate cars.
Volkswagen’s deal expires on March 31.