Nissan has extended its £2,000 trade-in offer for an extra three months.
Customers buying a British built Nissan will now get a £2,000 minimum trade-in on 8-10 year old cars until September 30 this year.
The offer was originally available until June 30.
It runs as an extension of the government’s scrappage scheme for cars over 10 years old.
Nissan managing director Paul Willcox said: “Our £2,000 minimum trade-in provides what the Government’s scrappage scheme fell short of offering: a real incentive to buy a British built car and a guaranteed trade-in value for owners of eight, nine and ten year old cars.”
Orders taken as a result of the schemes total more than 5,000, while the Qashqai was the ninth best selling car in the UK in May.
By extending the trade-in offer, Nissan hopes to further increase market share while also giving a valuable boost to the British car industry.