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2001 Nissan Patrol Ti (4x4) Review

I am a 18 year old boy living in Melbourne and the very proud owner of a 2001 Patrol. I brought this 2 years ago with 50,000kms on the clock. I decided I was going to try beef it up to be the ultimate off roader. With a huge 4.8L V8 diesel, it not shy with the performance. It gets me out of most tricky situations with ease...

2014 Nissan Patrol ST-L (4x4) Review

Having compared the new ST-L Y62 to the 200 series equivalent GXL (The VX model cruiser is closer spec'd to the Y62 Ti, and Sahara to the Ti-L. This to give you a more accurate price comparison. Unlike the official review that compares a GXL to a Ti). 1st. Everyone bangs on about fuel economy. Well the cruiser is probably the only vehicle you would compare to a Y62...

2014 Nissan Juke ST (FWD) Review

As stated in some reviews; it's so much fun! Zippy and it  goes. It looks different to other boring small cars, especially the front end. The colours you can choose and mix is fun. I settled for gun metal and still enjoy looking out a window and smiling at the look of my juke. I do load up the boot space a bit and find it roomy with back seats down and love the small hidden space under floor, very neat...

2014 Nissan X-Trail ST 7 Seat (FWD) Review

I first reviewed my Nissan X-trail when I had it only for a few months. Now after nearly two years of ownership, I thought it would be good to revisit after many road trips with the family and give an insight to see how its handles the onslaught of three children day to day and on the family holiday. First of all this is the perfect fit for a family with three children...

2010 Nissan X-Trail ST-L (4x4) Review

When I was looking to update my car I wanted one that was reliable, practical and able to do beach driving as well as some basic off-road camp sites. But I did not want/need a big cumbersome 4wd as I still do a lot of city driving around Brisbane. To date I have not been disappointed and it has served all my purposes and more...

2011 Nissan Maxima 250 ST-L Review

Having had Audi's for 12yrs followed by an Outlander for 6, we purchased a 2011 Maxima 250 STL which was 2yrs old having been a QLD country lease vehicle. It has been trouble free over 45000km whilst achieving around 9.8 L/100 with city driving taking around 70% of this total and getting 44000km from the Federal tyres which were fitted on purchase...

2015 Nissan Navara ST (4x2) Review

I have now almost completed 10,000km in my new Nissan Navara ST Dual Cab 4 x 2 and absolutely love the choice I made. I had a budget of $40,000.00 and test drove all makes of 4 door Utes and got the choice down to the new Mitsubishi Triton and Nissan Navara. The Nissan Navara got me over the line in the end because I thought it was finished off better and a little more refined...

2014 Nissan Qashqai ST (4x2) Review

When I learn parkour here in Albert Park, Victoria, I meet Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Kristen Wiig beside Anne Hathaway and Anna Kendrick. They know me I am a parkour dancer. The Nissan Qashqai is one of the quietest and classiest cars of its kind, as well as one of the most practical and best to drive...

2015 Nissan Navara ST-X (4x4) Review

Overall panel fit and finish is very good with excellent shut line gaps. The metallic white paintwork is up to spec with no orange peel or dull spots like the previous model. Interior fit and finish is also very good, the leather seats with heaters are well designed. Gear selector and console seem solid, as are steering wheel and general switch gear...

2015 Nissan X-Trail ST (4x4) Review

The Nissan Xtrail ST is a comfortable reasonable vehicle to drive but please be aware that when servicing your car from dealerships, things like wheel rotation and a proper brake checks are additional costs the customer has to bear...

2007 Nissan Navara Rx (4x4) Review

On a test drive the Navara will impress. The 2.5L CRDi engine and 5 speed auto gets the Navara moving at an impressive rate. Once moving and any movement of the accelerator pedal gets the vehicle changing speed almost as quick as the pedal was moved. Seating is good, high and good visibility around you. The seats are firmly sprung/cushioned and are definitely long distance chairs...