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Nissan Pixo 'may boost your bank balance and green credentials'

Mon, 20 Jul 2009
Drivers looking at buying a car that can boost their green credentials and their bank balance may want to consider a model from Nissan.

According to the manufacturer, its Pixo is a great choice for cost-conscious motorists.

It explained the vehicle is capable of achieving 64.2 mpg, which could help owners reduce the amount they spend on fuel.

Meanwhile, with CO2 emissions of 103 g/km, the auto qualifies for annual road tax of £35.

On top of this, the price of the model has been cut by £1,000 to £5,995 until September 30th as part of Nissan's range of summer deals.

Commenting on the auto, the carmaker claimed: "The Pixo is cheap to own, as well as affordable to buy."

Meanwhile, motorists searching for something a little more sporty may want to check out a new version of Nissan's 370Z coupe.

The manufacturer recently announced it was launching a limited edition yellow variation of the model.

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