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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...

2011 Nissan 370z Review

Finally the day came after lusting for years over my dads 350Z. I got the opportunity to buy a 370z. I worked for Nissan and a Zed got traded in. Within minutes I had signed the paperwork to make it mine. The 370z is the 6th generation of Z cars. It all started way back in 1969 thanks to the 240Z. Nissan Z cars are an iconic piece of Japanese motoring that I now own a piece of...

2015 Nissan Navara ST (4x4) Review

I've had the Navara for 4 months and it has done its job. The fundamentals are good but there are some frustrating shortcomings without the car. The Good: - the 2...

2015 Nissan Navara DX Review

I live in Mexico. Here the Navara is called Frontier. My truck is great for work and family. I recently went to Las Vegas Nevada in USA, put over 3 thousand kms on it and the vehicle performed great!!! And the best part of all is that my New Double Cab, 6 speeds standard petrol 4 cylinder engine costs only 19,500 Aus $!!!! I know it's not as well equiped as yours don under, but it gets the job done, and mostrar important, it didn't cost me an arm and a leg...

2015 Nissan Navara ST (4x2) Review

Around Frankston 9.7lt/100km is great compared to around 13lt/1ookm with my BF2 Falcon when driving in school or shopping traffic. I never was a fan of diesel fuel but more than 800 km in a tank full suits me just fine. The Falcon 6 spd auto and 3.9 ltr motor is far smoother than the Navara when changing gear...

2015 Nissan GT-r Premium Edition Review

Best car We recommend at least 250 words. Consider reliability, durability and servicing costs. Talk about features that you have come to love or hate. How you feel the engine and transmission have done. What you’d like to see improved in future models. Consider what you were looking for when you bought this vehicle...

2015 Nissan Altima ST-L Review

In looking for a new car my key criteria were a med/large 4 cyl sedan with plenty of space, good equipment levels and a comfortable ride. I looked at a variety of vehicles including Skoda Octavia, Mazda 6, Ford Mondeo, Toyota Camry etc. With a great deal from Nissan I ended up going with the Altima ST-L...

1990 Nissan SKYLINE Review

The R34 Skyline, famously driven by the late Paul Walker's Fast & Furious character, Brian O'Connor, is something of an automotive icon. The GT-R sits atop of the R34 range but as a law abiding citizen, I am the proud owner of the closest P-Plate legal equivalent. That being a fastidiously maintained 1998 Nissan Skyline R34 25GT coupe...

1993 Nissan Pulsar Review

No GPS, No Bluetooth and No Keyless entry, why in 2015 would you want or even need such an outdated car?? The pulsar is as tough today as the day it rolled out of the dealership when it was new, Nissan made their small family city runabout a car for the masses and it was, almost everyone you meet either had or knows someone that had a pulsar such was the reliability and suitability built into such a small package...

1995 Nissan 200 Review

Sitting at 100kph in the middle right lane I glance in the rear mirror and notice a car rapidly gaining on me. I indicate left and move into the lane. It fly's past. Phew, it's just a new Ford. Suddenly, I notice a Commodore swerve across three lanes of traffic and sit right behind me. My heart starts pulsing. Here we go, three, two, one... Nothing happens...