Nissan are one of the most popular, trustworthy and reliable car brands on the market. Famous for their superminis and their foray into the crossover SUV market, Nissan are also famed for their electric car, the Nissan Leaf, one of the best-selling electric cars in the world. Their affordability, great design and reliability makes them a favourite with first-time drivers, families and businesses alike. Their popularity also means that they are great brands to lease. In this article, we look at the best 5 Nissan’s on the market to lease...
The new Nissan X-Trail is a beefed-up, handsome SUV that looks primed and ready for some adventures with the family. It offers plenty of space, efficient engines, and can seat up to seven people.
It competes in a fairly luxurious sector, but what helps it stand out from rivals is that - despite being undeniably stylish - the X-Trail is rugged, and more practical than most competitors.
The new Nissan Pulsar Hatchback is roomy and refined - but might be a tad too serious for some.
There is definitely a fun factor missing here from a car that doesn’t set the pulses racing. However, it’s versatile and sensible character is sure to attract fans who need an affordable and spacious family car that’s well-equipped, quiet and well-built.
Moreover, it can offer more interior space than all its rivals.
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 the past. If you quite enjoyed its daringness to be a bit different, it’s once again a solid Hatchback that’s worth having on your shortlist.
The new Nissan NV200 Combi Diesel Estate looks too compact to be useful, but looks are deceiving - on the inside, it boasts an impressive amount of cargo volume. It also comes with two sliding doors for easy access, and doesn’t cost too much to run.
You can choose from a five or seven seater, but both come with rather drab interiors. However, part of its attraction is its flexibility and usability, but crucially it’s also easy to manoeuvre on the road.
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 this new bad boy from the track can do. It’s become so deeply ingrained in legend that some drivers have been left wondering whether it even really exists. It does, and now it could be yours.
Fancy driving a seven-seater without paying road tax or doing any damage to the oZone?
The new Nissan e-NV200 Combi Estate is the only fully-electric car of its type on sale at the moment. For green-minded buyers who need up to seven seats, lots of space and practicality, it’s worth having this on your shortlist.
Its great advantage is that it’s borrowed tech from the already tried and trusted EV star, the Nissan Leaf. It’s also based on the Nissan e-Nv200 van, which means it’s robust enough to deal with everything seven people can chuck at it.
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 beat.
You also get a brawny, menacing style that looks extravagant compared to more established but reserved rivals.
If a cut-price compact muscle car sounds just the ticket, join OSV as we take a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Nissan 370Z Coupe review.
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 of its dimensions, ensuring that it’s got more than enough room inside for all the family. It gets top marks for versatility, too, with its rear seats sliding forwards or backward with ease to boost either leg or luggage space.
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 van will do the job. But for those that do want to be able to work comfortably inside their van, a high roof option will help and a long wheelbase version will provide even more space to comfortably carry tools and materials.
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