Nissan Reviews

Since 1999 Nissan has produced cars in partnership with French carmaker, Renault, building a range of small and mid-sized passenger cars, small, compact, medium and large SUVs, high-performance sports coupes and roadsters, light commercials and fully electric vehicles. The models include the small Micra hatch and Pulsar hatch and sedan, mid-sized Altima sedan, Juke, Qashqai, X-Trail, Murano, Pathfinder, and Patrol SUVs, 370 sports coupe and roadster, high-performance GT-R Coupe, 4x2 and 4x4 Navara utilities, and the fully electric Leaf hatch.

Latest Nissan reviews

Nissan Qashqai Ti petrol 2017 review: family test

The Nissan Qashqai looks great, is nifty while driving around the city,...Read more

Used Nissan Elgrand review: 1997-2014

Transporting a family, particularly a large one, often means sacrifices...Read more

Nissan Pathfinder Ti 4WD 2017 review: family test

I’ve never been particularly interested in big cars for my family of...Read more

Nissan 370Z NISMO 2017 review

Good news! The first affordable performance Nissan in years - the 370Z...Read more

Nissan X-Trail ST 2WD 7 seat 2017 review

The latest version of the X-Trail came out in May 2017 and it doesn't...Read more

Nissan Patrol Ti 2017 Review

The Nissan Patrol Ti is so clearly built for the ‘Murican market it...Read more

Nissan Navara ST-X Dual Cab 2017 review

When Nissan launched its all-new NP300 Navara range in 2015, it certainly...Read more

Nissan Pathfinder Ti 2017 review

Pathfinder is a name that's been part of the furniture at Nissan for...Read more

Nissan X-Trail ST 2017 review: snapshot

The ST (starting at $27,990) is the entry-point to the Nissan X-Trail...Read more

Nissan X-Trail TS 2017 review: snapshot

The TS ($35,490) trim is the cheapest option in the diesel-powered X-Trail...Read more

Nissan X-Trail ST-L 2017 review: snapshot

The ST-L marks the mid point in the petrol-powered X-Trail range.Read more

Nissan X-Trail Ti 2017 review: snapshot

The Ti is the top-spec petrol model in the X-Trail range.Read more