New cars at the Paris Motor Show 2014: Unveiling all new Nissans, Lexus and Suzuki.

 That’s right- all new cars at the Paris Motor Show 2014

 Nissan, Lexus and Suzukis are going to go head to head for the Paris Motor Show. Here’s what to expect from them.

In advance of the release of the new cars at the Paris Motor Show 2014 this October, car manufacturers have begun strutting their stuff with their latest models. Suzuki has released details of what they will showcase in Paris, whilst Lexus have announced a new car on sale now. Nissan have also unveiled two new cars at the Moscow Motor Show. There is lots of excitement to be found in the release of these revised and improved models so here is the low down on what you can expect to see on the market soon.

The new Suzuki Vitara

The Vitara has gone through a rigorous makeover in time for it hitting UK showroom floors in Spring 2015. With the original 1988 model being synonymous with drivers traversing the wilds in a pith helmet, this new slick dress up is aimed at taking the Vitara firmly into the mainstream SUV segment. The new Vitara will come complete with ALLGRIP intelligent 4 wheel drive some great eco technology aimed at improving fuel efficiency and reducing emissions. One of the interesting features on this car is the return of the original Suzuki badge (which was first used 25 years ago) which, combined with the smorgasbord of colour and trim customisation options and its distinctive design, make it one to watch as one of the new cars at the Paris Motor Show 2014.

The new Nissan Pathfinder and the new Nissan Sentra

The Moscow Motor Show proved to be a platform for the release of two models by Nissan – The 2014 Pathfinder and the Russo-centric Sentra. both will be showcased as new cars at the Paris Motor Show 2014.
The new Nissan Pathfinder is designed with Intelligent 4×4 technology and the newest X-tronic transmission, meaning that it’ll be able to hit anything you throw at it. Aside from the petrol model, an interesting point about this year’s Pathfinder, is the introduction of an all new hybrid model with a 2.5ltr engine, which is a first for the Pathfinder series.
Nissan also unveiled the new Nissan Sentra, built in partnership with Russian manufacturer, AvtoVAZ. The Sentra has been designed with the Russian public in mind, with cushy suspension and high ground clearance, plus two transmission options (5 gear manual or X-tronic) to tackle the wildest Russian road conditions.

The new Lexus RX 450h Advance

Motor shows aside, Lexus has already released the new RX 450h Advance in the UK at the cost of £48,495. So this is not technically one of the new cars at the Paris Motor Show 2014. The ‘Advance’ builds upon the previous ‘Luxury’ model and really adds to the extravagance factor with a veritable cornucopia of deluxe features including the Mark Levinson premium 7.1 surround sound system (usually around £1000 on its own), DVD player, Remote Touch audio and navigation control system and a rear view camera. This hybrid 4×4 combines a powerful electric motor with a 3.5ltr V6 engine to bestow it with 295bhp and a sprightly acceleration which allows it to reach 0-60 in 7.8 seconds.
If you’d like to get hold of the Lexus RX 450h or want to pre-order a new Suzuki Vitara, Nissan Pathfinder or Nissan Sentra then give us a call on 01903 255555 today!

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Andrew Kirkley

Director at OSV Ltd
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Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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