Westover Nissan Has a Bird’s Eye View of the Nissan Qashqai
Westover Nissan in Bournemouth and Salisbury is inviting local motorists anxious about parking in tight spaces to pop in and find out how the latest Nissan QASHQAI can alleviate their fears. Nervous parkers can now breathe a sigh of relief and slip into the smallest of spaces, thanks to the QASHQAI’s new 360° Around View Monitor.
The system - which is currently not available on any competitor vehicles - uses a set of discrete external cameras to provide drivers with a bird’s eye, all-round view of their vehicle, making manoeuvring and parking safer and easier than they’ve ever been.
“There aren’t many drivers who relish the challenge of parking in tight spaces on busy streets or in cramped car parks,” says Mike Boyd, Westover Group Director. “We’re really pleased to be able to offer our QASHQAI customers this kind of technology, which normally only comes on luxury brand cars and at a much higher price. It takes all the stress out of parking; ensuring drivers can park effortlessly, no matter how small the space. It’s invaluable – especially in some of the multi-storey car parks in our area, where spaces are small and obstacles plentiful!
“We’re inviting anyone who’s under confident about their parking to visit the dealership and experience the QASHQAI’s new parking cameras for themselves. We’re confident they’ll be amazed by what a difference it makes.”
Working seamlessly with the popular Nissan Connect touch screen navigation system, the Around View Monitor adds three additional cameras to the QASHQAI’s existing rear view system to create the ultimate view. The driver can choose to focus on the image feed from any particular camera when looking out for a specific obstacle.
For more information or to book a test drive, visit http://www.westovergroup.co.uk/nissan
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- Westover Group
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