The Nissan extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for an Nissan extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
The Nissan extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for a Nissan extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
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The original Z cars were all-time greats; while the brand went off the boil for a while, this masterpiece made sure it didn't wither on the vine. With a free-revving V6 up front there's power aplenty while handling is an enthusiast's dream - oversteer is available on demand. Despite superb performance credentials, the 350Z is easy to drive and reliable too - and although there's no prestige badge in evidence, you're not paying premium prices to buy or run one either.
Ever since the first examples appeared in 1983, the Nissan Micra has proved itself one of the best superminis around. With its sliding rear seat for extra cabin versatility, stand-out exterior design plus a huge choice of engines and trim levels, there are plenty of reasons to buy a Micra. Another is that typical Nissan reliability - but you can't always take this for granted.
Over 90 per cent of 4x4 buyers choose diesel power, so when Nissan introduced the petrol-only Murano there were many who questioned the Japanese car maker's judgement. Sure enough sales proved hard to come by, but the Murano's used values are on the low side, so if you don't mind the 20mpg thirst and costly road tax (CO2 emissions are 295g/km), this could be just the car for you. If you're partial to a bit of towing, the Murano is especially worth a look - but be warned, the fuel consumption will plummet even further.
The chances are you didn't notice the second-generation Nissan Note arrive in late 2013, or leave little more than three years later, when it was replaced by an all-new Micra. The Note was a perfectly decent car if not exactly a stand-out product - and it's cars such as these that often make some of the best used buys. Perfectly competent they're invisible to most used car buyers, and as a result they often represent excellent value for those who just want no-hassle transport that's easy to own and cheap to run.
Arguably the best compact off-roader on the market, the X-Trail is good to drive both on the road as well as off it. There's a decent range of trim levels and engines, while the cars are generally well built. However, if turbodiesel examples aren't serviced on the button, things can get very costly, with engine or turbo failures likely - so make sure the service book is fully stamped before buying.
The Nissan Micra has a great reputation for being a car that's easy to own, good to drive, reliable and good value. But when the fourth-generation Micra was released in 2010 Nissan dropped the ball with a car that felt cheap and uninspiring in pretty much every way. A hefty facelift in 2013 went some way to addressing the key faults but even these later cars are left behind by rivals. As a result, this generation of Micra trails the class in several key respects, from the driving experience to the way it's put together. While there are plenty of very satisfied Micra owners, there are also quite a few who regret their purchase, so tread very carefully before buying.
With downsizing very much in vogue, it's cars like the Nissan Note that make the trend so understandable. Combining a cleverly designed interior with discreet good looks, the Note is one of those cars that's inconspicuous but very talented, leaving you wondering why you don't see a lot more of them. Compact yet spacious, the Nissan Note is good to drive and surprisingly versatile, plus it looks smart too. Now the earliest cars are getting old, the Note still scores strongly for reliability. And with plenty of cherished low-mileage cars available, this ultra-practical Nissan is as appealing as ever.
When Nissan gave up on mainstream family cars such as the Almera and Primera, many thought the company had lost the plot. But Nissan knew what it was doing; its new British-built crossover offered an elevated driving position, a comfortable ride and decent interior packaging that its predecessors couldn't match, while a clever part-time four-wheel drive system kept fuel consumption to a minimum. The Qashqai quickly became Nissan's most popular model; now there's an all-new second edition, the original is even more of a bargain.