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2009 Nissan GT-R Review

I get to live a lot of peoples dreams when I turn the key of this car. I'm talking about my 2001 Nissan Skyline GTR VSpec II. The car arguably made famous by the late Paul Walker in the Fast & Furious franchise. Not only is this car my dream car, but the dream car of a large number of people hooked on the Fast & Furious movies themselves...

2005 Nissan Patrol Review

Ok so let's get the bad points out of the way straight up. The Y61 Nissan Patrol neither feels like a car or four wheel drive to drive. This thing is a truck - and I can tell you from experience that as far as trucks go I would much prefer to spend twelve hours behind the wheel of a T950 Kenworth pulling 24 tonnes than negotiate a peak hour drive across town in the GU...

2010 Nissan GT-R Review

So It's no secret I get to drive a lot of rad cars, the other day I was blasting up Windy point in a VE SS Commodore, not long before that I was lapping a GT86 around Bathurst, then there was of course the completely unforgettable replica Lambo Countach I drove last year. All these cars are unique and share their own level of personality...

1988 Nissan SKYLINE Review

Whenever I told my 17 year old mates that I owned a Skyline on my Provisional license I got the same reaction. "Oh man that's awesome! Is it an R34?" In the post-Fast and Furious world the late R34 Skyline, no matter whether it was a non-turbo sedan or the holy grail that is the GT-R, is the ultimate "JDM" car, unless you happened to know a rabid fan of the Toyota Supra...

2010 Nissan GT-R Review

How does it go, you may ask? Like a scalded cat. This particular GTR has been treated to a forged RB26 engine, Tomei 272 cams and a small but responsive Garret GT-X 30/76 sitting atop a 6boost manifold. It's definitely not the most powerful GT-R around with a modest 460 hp at all four on E85, but what it lacks in overall power it makes up for in response and the ability to put every single pony to the tarmac thanks to the Federal RSR semi slicks and the outstanding ATTESA AWD system...

2012 Nissan X-trail Tl (4x4) Review

This car does everything very well. My biggest gripe is the reverse gear which in the manual is way too tall- there's no need for such a high reverse gear and it necessitates a lot of clutch slipping when reversing up hill with a trailer. Having said that- the rest of the gearbox is a pleasure to use and changes smoothly and feels strong with great ratios for all manner of normal driving...

2012 Nissan Leaf Review

  I bought a new Nissan Leaf in in 2013. I have had the car for 2 years now and been very happy with its performance. The car has so much power you find yourself leaving the other motorists behind at the traffic lights. The only time you would pull into a fuel service station is to buy chocolates or a beverage...

2015 Nissan X-trail Ts (FWD) Review

Bought this car new from Thompson Motors Sepparton and has been of the road more than on. The car accalerates out of control and the cruise control only works when it feels like it. Car is in Dealership now awaiting a new computor. The list of faults just keeps growing would never recomend buying one of these lemons. Nissan is aware of the problems and don't care...

2007 Nissan Tiida ST Review

I wanted trouble-free motoring and a practical car that had a classic design aesthetic to it, not like some contemporary cars that look like iPods bingeing horridly on steroids with four wheels. I love the Tiida's hatchback curves and design. The back windows also have a nice curved edge along the top...

2012 Nissan Almera St Review

The Nissan Almera is a great vehicle for a first car buyer or for someone who needs a car mainly for city commuting. The Almera is reasonable on fuel and the steering is light which makes parking a breeze. Bluetooth is also available so that means no more reaching for your phone to pickup a call however from my experience the bluetooth is very basic and it can be difficult to synchronise your contacts over to the car...

2004 Nissan Patrol St Review

Just back from 12500 klms to far north west driving 3 litre direct injection auto patrol towing 2 ton offroad caravan.Had a few small issues(broken exhaust bracket/winch brackets broken/spotlight coming off)note these were all after market products. Must remember it has a small capacity engine(travelled with 2 other vehicles 100 series 6 cylinder turbo and 200 series v8 twin turbo)could nt keep up with them but that makes sense...