Nissan Almera (2000–2006)

Last updated 2 January 2018

Undemanding drive. Proving reliable. Very good crash test rating. Aircon standard from 2003.
A Focus, Leon or Corolla of the same age is nicer to drive, especially on a twisty road.
Updated 23 November 2017

What can finally kill off an old Almera is failure of the speed sensor in the transmission, part number 327024U003, which is no longer available from Nissan. Without it the car can refuse to drive above...

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Owners' reviews

4
Comfortable driving position and a responsive engine.
4
Good family car
5
Fun Drive
3
A good car let down by Renault allinace
4
Quite fast for Diesel, short on leg room (larger drivers) Hard suspension Good MPG and Toys
4
Cheap, solid, reliable and remarkably
 

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