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Nissan Primera Estate interior, tech and comfort

2002 - 2006 (change model)
Comfort rating: 3 out of 53.0

Written by Ben Wall Published: 6 June 2019 Updated: 6 June 2019

The interior has a distinctive style, with all dials and button functions arranged in the centre of the dash. In addition to the usual gauges, there’s a screen which relays information such as the stereo, driver information, and heating and ventilation systems. It’s a 6-inch screen on the S model, but all others have a 7-inch colour screen that also doubles as a monitor for the reversing camera which makes manoeuvring easier.

The upright driving position provides a more elevated view of the road than most others in the class. The steering wheel adjusts up and down as well as forwards and back.

It’s got one of the tallest bodies in the class, so there’s plenty of head room all round. Leg room is generous front and rear too. The ride is particularly good at soaking up larger bumps, but the seats are quite firm and some drivers find they lack support, so it’s best to test them before committing to buy. Equipment levels are generous, especially on the high spec models, which have most of the luxury items that you might need.