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Nissan has a long history in Japan dating back to 1914, although the brand name didn’t emerge until the 1930s. Successful in Asian and American markets, it was the 1999 alliance with Europe’s Renault that helped the brand first compete in the UK. Rated sixth in world sales, Nissan now sells about five percent of all cars sold in the UK. Reportedly, the automaker is on track to produce a driverless car by 2020.

If you need a big SUV, the Pathfinder remains a solid choice. With three rows of seats, a split-open tailgate, and a generous boot, this model shares many attributes with the Land Rover, however, the beauty of the Pathfinder is that it’s quite a money-saver.

If a British-born SUV appeals, check out the Nissan Qashqai, currently number six in UK automotive sales. Designed in London and engineered in Bedfordshire, it was first built in Sunderland. They did this, the story goes, to ensure that this SUV knew how to handle European driving. These SUVs offer the exciting Connect system with a 7-inch screen and Bluetooth.

Nissan is also a small car specialist. It offers the Micra, the Pixo and the Note, giving you a choice of sizes and capabilities. The all-electric Leaf appeals to those who are tired of paying too much for petrol, while the Juke is a small, fuel-efficient crossover that excels in the UK market.

If it’s excitement you seek, the Nissan brand offers a trio of excellent sports cars. The GT-R Coupe is said to outperform higher priced rivals, making it good value for the money. The GT-R Nismo adds incredible horsepower, racing from 0 to 60 in just 2.7 seconds. Also handsome and speedy, the 370Z coupes and convertibles offer a new take on a true classic.

If all of this sounds great but you’re still not sure which will work for you, we can always help to explain the jargon and find the most appropriate lease deals and finance options. Don’t worry, if you don’t want to buy from us we won’t hold it against you – all of our advice comes for free with no obligation to ever buy from us if you choose not to. Call us now on 01903 538835 or contact us here and request a time that suits your schedule.

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Nissan Juke Hatchback vs Suzuki Vitara vs Kia Sportage Estate: Review & Comparisons

30th September 2017

The new Nissan Juke Hatchback looks as bold, confident and offbeat as ever. Always the individual, it remains the large Hatchback that stands out from the crowd more than most. Its distinctive looks go hand-in-hand with a high driving position, which is excellent for visibility. However, it’s these distinctive looks that have polarised buyers in…

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Nissan GT-R Coupe vs BMW Alpina Coupe vs Aston Martin V8 Vantage: Review & Comparisons

27th September 2017

The hardcore, brutally noisy Nissan GT-R Coupe is a boom-boom-shake-shake-the-room sports car that’s one for the die-hards. If you can’t take the heat of one of the fastest-ever mass-production cars, it’s time to look away now. Taking no prisoners, causing stopwatches to explode, and doing 0-62 in 2.8 seconds is just a part of what…

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Nissan 370Z Coupe vs Ford Mustang Fastback vs Porsche Cayman: Review & Comparisons

23rd September 2017

Fancy rocking up at work in a new muscle car? The thrilling new two-seater Nissan 370Z Coupe is an affordable, well-built sports car that’s blisteringly quick. For less than £30,000, you get a V6 petrol engine that does 0-62 in 5.3 seconds and delivers 331bhp. If we’re talking performance to pound here, that’s tough to…

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Nissan Note Hatchback vs Kia Venga vs Fiat Tipo: Review & Comparisons

22nd September 2017

The new Nissan Note Hatchback might look smaller than a very small thing, but it manages to be roomier, more practical and more affordable to run than conventional Hatchbacks. It’s an impressive car that, thanks to a high roofline, boasts plenty of headroom. Meanwhile, Nissan has done a good job at getting the most out…

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Best Vans For Carpenters

21st September 2017

Carpenters carry so many tools that they effectively need a mobile shed for a vehicle. What with routers, sanders, table saws, nail guns and so on it’s a wonder there’s any room left for all the tools they need to get through the day. Flexibility and space are vital and for most, the medium-sized panel…

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Vans for Security

20th September 2017

No van is 100% secure when faced with the most dedicated of lock pickers and thieves. Reported break-ins on top vans like Ford Transits are deemed higher in recent years due to the sheer volume of vehicles on the road. Even though there is not a foolproof anti-theft van available, you can enhance the security…

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