In many ways, the new Nissan Leaf e+ with its 239-mile range on the WLTP Combined cycle neatly summarises both the advantages and the advances tied up with electric motoring. On the advantages front it has a drivetrain that no petrol or diesel engine can match for response and refinement, and so long as you have the means to recharge it at home or at work, running costs can be tiny.[Read more…] about 2019 Nissan Leaf e+ Review: Does range boost to 239 miles make this the electric car to beat?
On the surface, the 2019 Nissan Qashqai looks almost exactly the same as its 2018 equivalent. To find the worthwhile changes, therefore, you must go under the skin – or to be more precise, the bonnet – where Nissan has installed its new 1.3-litre petrol engine.[Read more…] about Preferably Petrol: 2019 Nissan Qashqai Driven
The Nissan Juke was at the forefront of the trend for supermini-sized crossovers that combined low running costs with tough, SUV-like styling. It’s no surprise therefore that it’s been a hit with buyers, whether they’re in the market for a new car or a used one.
When the original Nissan Qashqai arrived on the scene at the end of 2006 it kickstarted a revolution in the way people thought about family transport. Here was a car that offered all of the space and much of the stylistic appeal of an SUV, but with the low purchase price and running costs of a five-door hatchback.