| Qashqai (33%)
| Juke (26%)
| Micra (11%)
| X Trail (7%)
| Note (6%)
| Leaf (5%)
| Navara (3%)
| Pulsar (2%)
| Elgrand (1%)
| Nv200 (1%)
Popular body styles: | Hatchback (72%) | 4x4 (14%) | People Carrier (4%) | Estate (2%) | Van (1%) | Coupe (1%) | Convertible (1%) | Saloon (0%)
Transmissions: | Automatic (24%) | Manual (76%)
Fuel types: | Diesel (37%) | Electric (5%) | Petrol (57%)
Engines: | 1000cc (4%) | 1200cc (22%) | 1300cc (6%) | 1400cc (1%) | 1500cc (23%) | 1600cc (23%) | 1700cc (1%) | 1800cc (1%) | 1900cc (0%) | 2000cc (2%) | 2200cc (1%) | 2300cc (3%) | 2400cc (0%) | 2500cc (1%) | 2600cc (0%) | 2700cc (0%) | 2800cc (0%) | 3000cc (1%) | 3500cc (1%) | 3700cc (1%) | 3800cc (1%) | 900cc (3%)
Popular colors: | Green | Gold | Brown | Blue | Black
Popular derivatives: 360 | Acenta | Acenta+ | Aventura | Aventura Explorer | Columbia | Elle | Initia | Kuro | N Tec | N Tec+ | Nismo | Shiro | Spirita | Sport | Sve | Tekna | Urbis | Visia |
Rather than going head to head with its rivals, matching them up model for model, Nissan has taken a more nuanced approach that has gone down well. Pre-owned versions of the Note MPV and Qashqai 4x4 are now about in good numbers, so second hand car buyers can get a flavour for Nissan's twin pronged assault on the middle of the family car segment. Since the Almera and Primera bit the dust, there's been no conventional family hatch or medium range saloon from Nissan. The Micra offers an element of cute supermini style and above that come the spacious Note, the Qashqai SUV-styled family hatch and the X-Trail, a more traditional compact 4x4. The Qashqai has proven particularly popular with its mix of family hatch and 4x4 attributes making it a desirable used car. Those looking to buy a used Nissan with more space can turn to the Pathfinder, a family-sized 4x4 built to take the worst treatment your kids can dish out, or the plusher more road-orientated Murano, a stylish crossover 4x4 with a powerful petrol engine. Second hand Nissan sportscars are also worth investigating. The brand scored a massive hit with the muscular 350z in 2003 and that was replaced by the 370z in 2009.
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