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Nissan X-Trail: news and photos of 2010 facelift

Rated 2.5 out of 52.5

John O'Brien, 03 August 2010 13:52

The most inconspicuous facelift award could be a hotly contested category if it existed. Vying for contention, for a second successive generation, would be this: the Nissan X-Trail. Over its 10-year cycle on the roads of Britain, the X-Trail has been subjected a minor nip-tuck facelift and even a complete makeover in 2007. Nissan assured us they had replaced every ...

Nissan Juke: video at the Get Carter car park

Rated 2.5 out of 52.5

Tim Pollard, 02 August 2010 10:28

In the latest August 2010 issue of CAR Magazine we exclusively shot the new Nissan Juke at the iconic Brutalist car park that starred in 60s gangster Britflick Get Carter. Below's some video shot on the day.You can read our six-page feature in the new August issue; we tested the new 1.6 turbo 4wd version, as well as the diesel ...

Nissan Murano 2.5 D (2010) new CAR review

Rated 3 out of 53

Tim Pollard, 15 July 2010 13:44

Nissan's Murano lives in a bit of a time warp; it's only just got its first diesel engine. Yep, you read that right. This full-ish sized premium SUV has been operating in just 0.6% of the derv-crazy crossover segment with a spanking great big 3.5-litre petrol-slurper.Now the new 2.5-litre diesel has arrived, it's suddenly opened up 86% of the segment, ...

Nissan Juke 1.6 DiG-T (2010) CAR review

Rated 2.5 out of 52.5

Tim Pollard, 08 July 2010 00:54

Fret not! You might have spied the £20k price tag on this Nissan Juke first drive review, but rest assured: we've climbed into the top dog, turbocharged and 4x4 Juke aimed at Mini Cooper S territory. We've driven cheaper models in the range too (the Nissan Juke starts at a much more palatable £12,795), but the tech on the 1.6 ...

Nissan Leaf (2010) electric prototype CAR review

Rated 3 out of 53

Gavin Green, 11 June 2010 00:01

It’s finally here. The world’s first practical affordable electric production car that doesn’t look like it’s designed by a kid with a crayon and driven by Noddy. The Nissan Leaf may not be an exciting car. But it is an important one. If it sells – and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn is betting his company’s future on it – this ...

Reader spots rare Nissan GT-R Spec V

Rated 2 out of 52

Tim Pollard, 09 June 2010 10:21

An anonymous CAR Online reader - let's call him Nick - spotted this Nissan GT-R Spec V on manoeuvres in the UK. 'This must be the only GT-R SpecV that will be in the UK,' said our snooper. Why is the Spec V so rare? Standing for 'Victory Specification', the top-dog GT-R is tuned up to the maximum. No mean ...

Racing in a Nissan 370Z: Jethro Bovingdon's race report

Rated 5 out of 55

Jethro Bovingdon, 08 June 2010 21:45

Racing always seems like a great idea when you agree to it. Seems like a great idea when you arrive at a paddock buzzing with activity and excitement, too. But later there will be lonely moments when you wonder quite why you agreed to strap yourself into an uncomfortable and unfamiliar car and try to drive it faster than all ...

Nissan March/Micra (2010) CAR review

Rated 2 out of 52

Ben Pulman, 27 April 2010 16:52

The bright green car you see before you is the latest Nissan Micra – known as the Nissan March in Japan and Thailand – and it’s a new supermini that will be sold in 160 countries worldwide and built in at least four different factories. Underneath is Nissan’s all-new V-platform, and it’s a set of underpinnings that will not only ...

Nissan rekindles Almera with new Golf rival

Rated 3 out of 53

Tim Pollard, 08 April 2010 09:26

Nissan plans to re-enter some of the heartland markets it departed with the loss of the Almera and Primera, CAR can reveal. It's a U-turn from a strategy that saw Nissan desert mainstream models in favour of crossovers and niche cars such as the Qashqai and Note. In an interview at the signing of the Daimler-Renault-Nissan cooperation yesterday, the Japanese ...

Nissan Micra (2010) at the Geneva motor show

Rated 2 out of 52

Ben Pulman, 02 March 2010 13:19

This is the new Nissan Micra, revealed today at the 2010 Geneva motor show by company chief exec Carlos Ghosn. The new Nissan Micra doesn’t does look quite as cool as the old Nissan Micra – what’s happened? Blame the need to appeal to buyers in over 160 countries, and Nissan’s desire to keep its cost down – fancy steel ...

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