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Nissan Almera

Nissan Almera

Overall Average Rating - 82.63%Position in the Top 100 cars - 71st

Ratings

Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 23rdBuild Quality: 53rdRunning Costs: 32ndPerformance: 86thBraking: 70thRide Quality: 82ndHandling: 64thPracticality: 60thComfort: 91stEase of Driving: 67th

Your Quotes

“Average in many ways, but very reliable and fairly economical for its size. My SX model has most of the goodies you could reasonably wish for.”

Mr Joseph Neades - Dorset

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“It is an unexciting but very capable workhorse of a car. It does everything very competently, especially fast motorway cruising and luggage carrying. Its a very underrated model. It even looks good!”

Mr Peter Veness - Dorset

“My Almera is my family's second car and it fits this role really well. It was cheap to buy, it's been reliable and it's a good run around. It's exceeded both mine and husband's expectations. My Almera goes well, it's easy to drive, it's practical and it's auto box makes driving a complete pleasure - although my husband states it's no sports car!”

Mrs Sarah Cope - Staffordshire

“Reliable and dependable. Sporty without looking like a boy racer”

Mr Paul Robertson - Perth

“I think it is a reliable vehicle for my purposes.”

Mr Andrew Pringle - Tayside

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 21st)

More than any other car maker, Nissan has placed its faith in 4x4s. The firm’'s UK range now includes six all-wheel-drive models, as it claims that’'s what its customers want. Unfortunately, your reviews have seen it drop three places in this chart. Disappointingly, the Nissan range can’'t get higher than 12th in any one category. But will the popularity of SUVs work in Nissan’'s favour? Only time will tell.

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