Nissan Reviews

7/10
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The average score of all new Nissan models on sale.
£10,140 - £151,995
RRP
£3,800
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12 Nissan models

AVG. SAVING £1,631
6/10
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£29,805 - £40,305
Old-school sportscar: loud, thirsty and a great laugh
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AVG. SAVING £6,009
9/10
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£81,995 - £151,995
Brutally quick sports car fine for everyday use
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AVG. SAVING £3,720
6/10
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£15,195 - £28,230
A funky looking small family car that’s cheap to run
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AVG. SAVING £1,530
9/10
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£27,290 - £32,890
An electric family car with cool looks
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6/10
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£21,180 - £33,440
Roomy electric car is ideal everyday urban family transport
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AVG. SAVING £3,324
7/10
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£12,750 - £22,315
Striking looks and great refinement make the Micra a great small car
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5/10
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£10,140 - £18,815
Roomy for a supermini, and cheap to run
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AVG. SAVING £4,358
5/10
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£16,280 - £21,040
Small family car is spacious and comfortable
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AVG. SAVING £4,853
7/10
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£21,685 - £32,575
Great family car with cheap running costs and a raised driving position
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6/10
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£18,960 - £30,550
Roomy family car with a raised driving position and cheap running costs
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AVG. SAVING £5,683
6/10
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£23,390 - £38,400
Comfortable and practical SUV comes with five or seven seats
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6/10
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£20,860 - £37,375
Seven-seater SUV is easy to drive and spacious
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About Nissan cars

Nissan is certainly a company not afraid to experiment when it comes to new cars. The Qashqai is often hailed as the first true crossover SUV and it’s currently one of the best-selling cars in the UK. Many doubted that the ‘unusual’ looking Juke would ever sell, yet it has become very popular and the battery powered Leaf could be steadily switching the country on to a brighter, cleaner future of electric vehicles.

If you’re after a cheap, economical car without too many modern gadgets and gizmos, you should find what you’re looking for with Nissan. Although the Micra, Note and Pulsar all represent cheap and cheerful motoring options, where this Japanese company really excels is in the world of sports cars.

The 370Z takes and old-school approach to speed yet comes with very contemporary styling, while the GT-R somehow manages to combine everyday usability with supercar-worrying performance.