There is no doubt that many car enthusiasts remember the Datsun, which graced British roads from the 1960s to the 1980s. Rust was, unfortunately, a problem on older Datsuns. Despite this, they were highly regarded, having a reliability record that was unmatched by their competitors.
In 1986, Nissan ended its association with the Datsun brand in the United Kingdom. At that point, Nissan had acquired higher-grade steel and corrected the bodywork problems. As a result, Nissan made significant progress as one of the foremost manufacturers of automobiles with the combination of newfound excellence in construction and the electrical and mechanical engineering then legendary at the time.
The Qashqai, one of the first crossovers, is a significant part of Nissan's current lineup. Nissan's Juke became a modern design classic with its aggressive and unique styling. With its four-seater layout, Nissan's Leaf is the world's first fully electric car. In the compact range, both the Note and Micra are well-established contenders. A high driving position in the Note affords an excellent view of the road.
Class-leading rear-seat space and distinctive design distinguish the Pulsar in the family hatchback segment. However, the Nissan 370Z, when it comes to a two-door coupe with sports car style, plenty of performance, and that distinctive exhaust note, may well be the perfect vehicle for you. It is Nissan's latest midsize four-wheel-drive that can handle steep gradients in the countryside as well as a motorway. The X-Trail completes Nissan's car lineup.
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