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  • Nissan Juke (2020 on) (Reviews)
    the fray. Time for the second generation Juke to up its game then. Nissan hasn't done anything radical with the Juke - but then it didn't need to. Instead it has listened to existing owners and highlighted what needed improving. Some things were obvious. Owner's wanted more passenger space
  • Nissan NV250 2019 (Van Reviews)
    The NV250 is based on the Renault Kangoo panel van, but promises better value with Nissan's five-year/100,000 mile warranty supplied as standard.  Like its French stablemate, the NV250 is available in L1 and L2 load lengths and is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-litre
  • Nissan Leaf (2018 on) (Reviews)
    When the Nissan Leaf arrived in the UK in 2011, it was revolutionary. An all-electric car with a usable range, as much practicality as a family hatch and a relatively affordable purchase price helped it secure the title of the world's best-selling electric car. The latest model features
  • Nissan Micra (2017 on) (Reviews)
    The Nissan Micra used to be the mainstay of learners, new drivers and thrifty motorists. But then Nissan made a mess of it with the dull 2010 model. Fortunately, the 2017 model is a huge improvement in all areas. The looks divide opinion - we're not huge fans we must say - but it does
  • Nissan NV300 2016 (Van Reviews)
    The Nissan NV300 is the sister van to the impressive   Renault Trafic . Like its French counterpart, it majors on everyday comfort and practicality. However, unlike
  • Nissan Navara 2016 (Van Reviews)
    The refined and rugged Nissan Navara is the complete pick-up package. It’s smarty styled, practical and capable of hauling huge loads. The cabin might not be as plush as some of its rivals, but the Navara trumps the competition when it comes to comfort and ease of use
  • Nissan Qashqai (2014 on) (Reviews)
    The Nissan Qashqai is the UK’s best-selling crossover and it isn’t difficult to understand the mass appeal, with its frugal engines and smooth ride quality making it an agreeable choice for those in need of a comfortable and refined family car. On paper
  • Nissan NV400 2011 (Van Reviews)
    If you think you've seen the NV400 somewhere before you have. It's Nissan's version of the Renault Master and Vauxhall Movano, albeit with Nissan's own front end styling applied. Like its counterparts, the NV400 comes in either front or rear-wheel drive versions with three wheelbase versions
  • Nissan 370Z (2009 on) (Reviews)
    With its aggressive, chunky looks and powerful V6 engine, the Nissan 370Z has plenty of wow factor. It turns heads - particularly those of teenage boys - as well as any supercar, but it is starting to show its age now, with high running costs, a disappointing cabin and poor comfort levels. Even
  • Nissan NV200 2009 (Van Reviews)
    Unlike the larger NV400 and Primstar, the NV200 is Nissan's own work and a van designed to set new standards for interior space, comfort and practicality. It's certainly an impressive vehicle and its light steering and tight turning circle mean that it's well suited to town
  • Nissan NT400 2007 (Van Reviews)
    The Nissan NT400 Cabstar may be classed as a van but it offers many of the advantages of a larger, heavier vehicle. This is because you can order the Cabstar in three different wheelbases that take it from the standard short wheelbase format all the way to one capable of working as a car
  • Nissan Navara 2005 (Van Reviews)
    More than any other pick-up on the market, the Nissan Navara straddles the divide between workhorse and SUV. The Navara D40 was offered in the UK by Nissan in Double Cab format, with the King Cab offering more load length in the pick-up bed thanks to its shorter cab
  • Nissan 350Z 2003 (Classics Reviews)
    Nissan’s Z cars have formed an important part of the company’s history. There have been some great ones like the 240Z, some good ones like the 300ZX, and some very bad ones… 280ZX we’re looking at you. So where does the 350Z fit into this body of work? Only time
  • Nissan Primastar 2002 (Van Reviews)
    As with the NV400, Nissan teamed up with Renault when it came to developing its medium-sized panel van - the Primastar. It's the equivalent of the Renault Trafic and also the Vauxhall Vivaro and like its counterparts there are a wide range of versions available. It was facelifted in 2010
  • Nissan Patrol 1997 (Classics Reviews)
    The fifth generation Nissan Patrol was the biggest and the best. Up there with the Toyota Land Cruiser in terms of its go anywhere ability, it was used by the United Nations and various army forces across the globe. Initially available with a 2.8-litre six-cylinder turbodiesel engine
  • Nissan Almera 1995 (Classics Reviews)
    Replacing the Sunny wasn’t an easy task, but Nissan was up to the job – nailing the brief of creating a dull but worthy family car with the Nissan Almera. Power came from a choice of two petrols at launch, a 1.4- and 1.6-litre with a 2.0-litre GTI joining the range later
  • Nissan 100NX 1992 (Classics Reviews)
    The Nissan 100NX is something of an underachiever. Based on a Sunny, it’s a tough and reliable car that won’t let you down. Examples are also few and far between, so the rarity factor is high. But somehow, support for the 100NX has never really gained a foothold. Built to give
  • Nissan Micra 1992 (Classics Reviews)
    When the time came to replace the K10 Micra, Nissan asked drivers what would make them buy the small car. The answer? A bit of personality. And, as we all know, car buyers in the early 1990s defined that as rounded styling. The fewer straight lines a car had, the more personality it was imbued
  • Nissan Figaro 1991 (Classics Reviews)
    The Nissan Figaro was built to cash in on the classic car boom in Japan during the 1990s. The Be-1 and S-Cargo had been the first to emerge from the Pike Factory, and were interesting, but it’s the Figaro that is the best known in the UK. 'Back to the Future', exclaimed Nissan

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