NISSAN car reviews
Nissan Pulsar 1.2 DIG-T Acenta Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (118 g/km, 113 bhp) Hatchback (2014 - ) expert review
The Pulsar isn’t a car that’s going to get your heart racing – to look at, to sit in or to drive – but it’s a decent all-rounder that majors on practicality and affordability. For that reason, the cheaper versions look like cracking value for money, but spend more, and the price gets too close to some more talented rivals.
Date added: Friday 20 March 2015.
Nissan Juke 1.2 DIG-T Tekna Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (129 g/km, 113 bhp) Hatchback (2014 - ) expert review
The original mini-SUV is distinctively styled, good value for money and well equipped. The chassis, build quality and refinement, however, are all below the standards of what you'll find in the best cars in this class.
Date added: Wednesday 18 March 2015.
The Nissan 370Z can be viewed in two ways. With a big, thirsty V6 petrol engine and macho looks - it's one of the few sports cars that still provides a proper analogue driving experience that really engages and tests a driver. It also comes very well equipped, and still looks great even after years on sale. However fuel economy, refinement, ride comfort and practicality are all mediocre at best, and it's not as fun to drive as the similarly priced Audi TT and Porsche Boxster.
Date added: Tuesday 10 February 2015.
The new X-Trail is a car to love with your head rather than your heart, but given the kind of car it is, that’s no criticism. In fact, it makes a fine family car
Date added: Friday 16 May 2014.
Nissan Qashqai 1.5dCi Acenta Hatchback 5dr Diesel Manual (99 g/km, 108 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
The Nissan Qashqai is a truly brilliant car, and for us, it’s the best of the small SUVs. No rival can offer such a stunning mix of style, quality, practicality, refinement, comfort, efficiency and affordability.
Date added: Friday 09 May 2014.
Nissan Note 1.2 Acenta Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (109 g/km, 79 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
The Nissan Note does a reasonable job in most areas, but some rivals do better. For instance, the Note’s practicality is one of the high points, but a Citroen C3 Picasso does better on that score, plus it’s also more stylish and better on quality. Most disappointing with the Note, though, is that the jumpy ride and inconsistent controls make the car rather too wearing to drive.
Date added: Friday 27 September 2013.
The Nissan LEAF is the first all-electric car which can realistically compete with established, conventional engined hatchbacks like the Focus and Golf. Its range is enough for 95 per cent of UK driver’s daily needs.
Date added: Thursday 31 March 2011.
The Nissan Micra is designed to offer no-frills transport for a budget price. There’s no doubting that it’s no-frills transport, but the trouble is, it’s not all that cheap. There are better superminis out there for less money.
Date added: Wednesday 02 February 2011.
The original mini-SUV is distinctively styled, good value for money and it’s well built. The chassis and engines are beginning to show their age, though.
Date added: Monday 31 January 2011.
Rugged, full-sized off-road 4x4 offers a no-nonsense alternative to luxury 4x4s such as the Land Rover Discovery.
Date added: Tuesday 04 January 2011.
Andy Pringle gets to grips with the fastest Juke
Date added: Monday 02 March 2015.
Jon Quirk reviews Nissan's new mid-sized hatchback
Date added: Monday 08 September 2014.
Nissan has revealed the Pulsar, its rival for the VW Golf
Date added: Tuesday 20 May 2014.
Alex Robbins checks out the ad surrounding the second-gen Nissan Micra
Date added: Monday 19 May 2014.