The Nissan Motor Company

The Nissan Motor Company is a multinational manufacturer based in Tokyo, Japan. It formerly marketed vehicles under the Datsun brand name. In 1999, Nissan entered an alliance with Renault which owns 44.4% as of 2008.

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  • Nissan 370Z Series 09 This is the Nissan 370Z, an aggressive and muscular two-seat sports car with a grunty V6 engine and masses of driver appeal.
  • Nissan Almera Series 95 Nissan Almera. Why did the Almera cross the road? To get to the middle.
  • Nissan Cube Series 10 Nissan Cube. This is one road test where you'll need to pay close attention to the pictures.
  • Nissan GT-R It is slightly bizarre to sit and think that the Nissan range runs the whole gamut from brawny 370Z through the oddball Cube to the balls-out and brawny GT-R.
  • Nissan Juke Nissan Juke. With the Murano and Qashqai already in place, Nissan completes its crossover range with the Juke - a car aimed squarely at the crowded small car market.
  • Nissan Leaf Nissan gave the world's press so many chances to try prototypes of the all-electric Leaf that it was a fair bet that the final version was not going to be an absolute dog - but there was no way of telling it was going to be this good.
  • Nissan Micra This is the fourth generation of Micra since 1985 and unlike the previous two, which were made in the UK, this latest is manufactured in India.
  • Nissan Micra Series 93 Nissan Micra. The current generation Micra's cute styling has aged surprisingly well, and it's still one of our recommended buys from the bewildering choice thrown up by the supermini segment.
  • Nissan Murano Series 05 It increasingly feels as if Nissan has given up on manufacturing conventional cars and instead become a specialist SUV-maker.
  • Nissan Navara Series 06 Nissan Navara. Business users have long since found it makes good financial sense to opt for a pick-up truck instead of a conventional car thanks to substantial tax savings.
  • Nissan Note Series 06 Don't be put off by its whimsical name - the Nissan Note is a straightforward and hugely effective family car aimed squarely at parents who want something big enough to swallow their children and all the lifestyle paraphernalia that goes with
  • Nissan Pathfinder Series 05 Just in case we thought that Nissan had gone all sissy with its line up of road-biased "soft roaders", the same company brings us the Jurassic-era Pathfinder, competing against the Toyota Land Cruiser and Mitsubishi Shogun to be crowned
  • Nissan Patrol Series 98 Nissan Patrol. The Nissan Patrol may be blessed with large dimensions, a chunky shape, part-time 4WD and a torquey 3.
  • Nissan Pixo Series 09 This is Nissan's budget small car the Pixo, which sits below the Micra and the Note in the Japanese firm's growing range of city runabouts.
  • Nissan Primera Series 96 Nissan Primera. Sleek and curvy, Nissan's family saloon has plenty going for it.
  • Nissan Qashqai Series 07 At first glance the Qashqai looks sleek, stylish and more imposing than a small family car has any right to.
  • Nissan Terrano II Series 93 Nissan Terrano II. Nissan has updated the Terrano more times than it might care to remember but it's still good enough to give more expensive rivals a run for their money.
  • Nissan X-Trail Series 01 One of the first of the current wave of mid-sized "soft roaders", and still one of the better ones.

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