Would a Nissan Note be a good replacement for our ageing Volkswagen Polo?

We want to replace our ageing Volkswagen Polo. We've noticed that the Nissan Note seems good value due to poor residuals. We have £5000 to spend and expect to get about six years' service without too many problems. A petrol engine would be required, along with air conditioning and reliability. Any advice welcome.

Asked on 30 August 2010 by HondaJoe

Answered by Honest John
Yes. An excellent choice and far more reliable than a Polo.
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