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South West Nissan Exeter. In the heart of Devon, the Exeter dealership provides a fantastic service to Nissan customers and prospective Nissan customers. Whether you are looking for a brand-new Nissan model or require attentive aftersales care for your current car, they can help. They also stock the full range of Nissan commercial vehicles along with a broad selection of Approved Used models. You can be sure that they can cater to your individual requirements, with dedicated fleet and business experts and Motability specialists for people applying for the Motability Scheme. To contact Exeter Nissan today for further details or to book a test drive please click the above Nissan Exeter logo.

Nissan Exeter at ECDSA draw 2016

(Pictured L/R: Martin Robertson, Simon Willcocks: Sales Manager, Nick Saunders and Russell Lemon: Nissan Exeter) 

Exeter Nissan were pleased to be able to offer a Nissan Leaf for the Weekend as a prize in this years ECDSA Grand Christmas Raffle  up at Exeter City Football Club.


Green My Business. They’re a small perfectly formed team in Exeter, Devon specialising in distributing products all over the UK & Europe. They love finding and shouting about everyday consumables & equipment for your work & home life that are not just eco-friendly in use, but sustainable and have little or no effect on our World. To contact GMB for further details please click the above GMB logo.

In 2014 we were chosen by GMB as their Christmas Charity.


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