Nissan Australia is covering the fees on its manual-equipped Pulsar ST small car, offering a drive-away price of $19,990 - usually the car's price before on-road costs, which can add thousands to a new car purchase.
Available until the end of April, the deal includes the ST model's regular trim features: 16-inch alloy wheels, LED tail lights and a multi-function steering wheel among its features.
The ST is also equipped with Bluetooth and MP3/iPod connectivity, power windows, power mirrors and power steering. The sedan also offer a large 510 litre boot space.
The fifth best-selling model in the small-car segment last month, the new Pulsar sedan made its Australian debut in January.
Power for the small sedan is provided by an updated version of the 1.8 litre petrol four-cylinder found in the Tiida, delivering 96kW and 174Nm of torque.
All models are front-wheel-drive, and transmission choices include a six-speed manual or a new Xtronic CVT automatic.
Fuel consumption for the six-speed models is listed at 7.2 l/100km, while the new CVT returns 6.7 l/100km on the combined cycle.
A hatch version of the Pulsar will also join the range in the near future, debuting in one top-shelf 'SSS' grade. Read more about that model here.