BRISTOL folk turned out to a 24-hour bowl-a-thon last week and have so far helped raise more than £1,000 for a charity in the city. Wessex Garages organised the event at Hollywood Bowl at Avonsmead, St Phillips Marsh from 9am on November 7 until 9am on November 8 in aid of Penny Brohn Cancer Care
A TOURIST attraction in Bristol has put a new vehicle on the road to help raise awareness of the company – thanks to a car dealership in the city. The Wild Place Project is now able to use a Nissan Micra with the help of Wessex Garages on Pennywell Road. Paul Pritchard, Marketing Manager at
A DORSET Nissan retailer has played host to a high-profile event designed to raise the profile of the Motability scheme in the region. Dorchester Nissan was the venue as local MP Oliver Letwin presented Motability member Michael Halls with the keys to his new car – a Nissan Note. Mr Letwin, the
EXCITEMENT is building in the run-up to the unveiling of Nissan’s all-new Qashqai next Thursday. The original Qashqai defined the crossover segment and has remained ahead of the game ever since. But this remarkable success didn’t happen by chance. Through intelligent design and by
IT WASN’T just Sebastian Vettel who was winning a motor racing championship last weekend. Two wins in the final two races of the season at the Snetterton 300 circuit in Norfolk on Saturday ensured 17-year-old Scottish racing driver, Colin Noble Jnr from Midlothian, won the UK championship of
STAFF at a Hampshire Nissan dealership were pretty in pink today as they took part in an event to raise money for breast cancer research. Today is ‘Wear it Pink Day’ – billed as the UK’s biggest, pinkest fund-raising event. Organisers say it gives people the chance to join
A CARDIFF car dealership says that despite the economic climate, the city’s motorists were still keen to buy new cars last month with sales up by 44 per cent compared with last year. Wessex Garages on Hadfield Road also recorded sales up by 40 per cent for the quarter from July until September
VENTURING into a workshop to get a car serviced can sometimes leave motorists feeling confused and bamboozled by jargon. So how much easier would it be if the garage emailed customers a quick video showing what work needed to be done? Well, that’s exactly what Nissan’s new eVision service does.