Nissan car reviews
The Nissan Note does a reasonable job in most areas, but many 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 offers practical, low-cost transport and is cheap to run. It's bettered in most other areas by more accomplished rivals though.
Date added: Wednesday 02 February 2011.
The Nissan Juke is a supermini-sized hatchback that looks like a tough 4x4. It is good value for money and it’s well built.
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.
The Nissan Qashqai is Britain's top-selling SUV thanks to its reliability and comfort. Two extra seats in the Qashqai+2 make this model even more appealing.
Date added: Wednesday 01 December 2010.
The Nissan 370Z Roadster has a great V6 engine and a rear-wheel drive set up to create a modern sportscar that feels every inch a modern classic.
Date added: Tuesday 03 August 2010.
The new Nissan Juke is the third 'crossover' model in the Japanese company's range. Size-wise it sits in its own niche between traditional superminis such as the Ford Fiesta and small family cars like the Volkswagen Golf.
Date added: Monday 12 July 2010.
The Nissan Qashqai smart styling, refined ride and impressive specification means it continues to set the benchmark in the crossover market.
Date added: Wednesday 02 June 2010.
Nissan’s big Navara pickup has been one of those niche products with staying power. When new in 2005 it was physically bigger than many of the pickups Brits were used to, and although a single cab version is notionally offered here, Nissan hasn’t made much of an effort to promote it, instead going for four-door, King and double-cab variants, which have attracted both lifestyle and business buyers.
Date added: Thursday 13 May 2010.
This is the mid-life facelift of the Nissan Juke, the crossover which took the UK by storm when it was released in 2010, wildly exceeding sales targets and creating long waiting lists. While its unconventional design was polarising, the Juke quickly became a real fashion statement.
Date added: Tuesday 04 March 2014.
Yes, yes. We know what you’re thinking. “Oh dear. The Nissan Primera,” you’ll be saying. “And not even the mildly interesting looking latest version, but instead that first-generation model from the mid-’90s. The one that looked just like every other repmobile. Well, this is going to be about as exciting as a piece of blank white paper. I’ll just skip this.”
Date added: Wednesday 26 February 2014.
When the Qashqai was released back in 2007, it was pretty revolutionary - the first car to effectively mix the styling of a 4x4 with the compact dimensions and low running costs of a family hatchback, and it was a huge success. With the new Qashqai, Nissan has gone for evolution rather than revolution but, take it from us, it’s been really, really effective.
Date added: Friday 10 January 2014.
Just a few weeks ago, Nissan launched its new second-generation Qashqai, which is widely expected to be a front-runner in its class. But, it’s easy to forget the Qashqai’s humble origins. Mainly because they weren’t exactly memorable.
Date added: Wednesday 11 December 2013.