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Nissan Ranges

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  • Nissan Juke (2010 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    New price: £14,590 - £24,435
    PROS
    • Good value
    • Spacious in rear and front
    • High seating position
    • Refined engines
    • Generous kit levels
    CONS
    • Firm ride
    • Leans too much in corners
    • Cheap interior plastics
    • Small boot space
    • CVT auto gearbox a compromise
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  • Nissan Qashqai (2014 onwards) Review

    Ever-popular crossover is packed with equipment and inexpensive to run

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £18,955 - £30,235
    PROS
    • Roomy interior and boot
    • Sharp looks, well built
    • Loaded with kit
    • Low emissions
    CONS
    • Not exciting to drive
    • No off-roader either
    • Cabin feels a bit cheap
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  • Nissan X-Trail (2014 onwards) Review

    Family-friendly SUV focuses more on the on-road drive than off-road ability

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £22,855 - £37,045
    PROS
    • Easy to drive
    • Generous equipment levels
    • Good choice of diesel engines
    • Decent space for most families
    CONS
    • Not as capable off-road as previous model
    • Petrol engine underwhelming
    • X-Tronic gearbox not the most responsive
    • Third row of seats cramped
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Nissan, a Japanese company, is one of the largest manufacturers in the world. It has existed under many names but finally founded as the Nissan Motor Co Ltd in 1934 and started manufacturing small passenger cars at its Yokohoma plant.

The UK-built Qashqai, launched in 2007, is Nissan’s most popular seller in recent years. It drives like a traditional hatchback but has a raised driving position. Nissan has also launched a smaller version called the Juke, as well as continuing to build more traditional cars such as the Micra hatchback and Note people carrier.

The Japanese manufacturer was one of the first to release an all-electric mainstream production car, called the LEAF, capable of covering a distance of up to 100 miles on one charge.

Nissan, however, doesn’t focus solely on eco cars. Cars such as the 370Z and phenomenally quick GT-R have shown just how capable a car the manufacturer can make. Considering going off-road? Then have a look at the X-Trail, Pathfinder or Navara 4x4s.

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