Welcome to the Nissan Pixo review page, as you can see this page provides you with all our user generated reviews of Nissan Pixo cars. AA Cars provide our users with the best feedback on all car makes and models all across the uk to give you the best possible information, to help you make your decision when buying a new used car. We break each vehicle review down into five categories (preformance, running cost, comfort, reliability and space practicality) making it very easy to understand, giving you feedback directly form the vehicle owner. This provides you with all the information you need to make the decision of which car is perfect for you.Write Review
I bought my car new in 2011 and it has served me well.
I bought the car as I no longer drive on very long journeys so a small car is ideal for about town driving. The three cylinder engine is surprisingly lively and running costs are better. As with all new cars it took a little time to get used to the three cylinder engine when letting out the clutch and the correct amount of accelerator. the only problem has been connected to a recall to fit a new part in the fan control system other than that no problems
Although sold as a city car, the Pixo is great for longer distances too. It's only going uphill that you notice the lack of power. It's fun to drive and easy to park. This is essentially the same car as the Suzuki Alto, with only cosmetic .. I took it on holiday to Poland, and found that long journies were no problem. Having been built in India it copes with less than perfect conditions well. I usually get about 350 miles on a 30 litre tank of petrol,which isn't bad for a petrol engine.
Excellent value for me, a single driver doing a fairly low mileage. My son agrees it is ideal for me but says it would not be suitable for them as a family car with teenage children and dogs. Petrol consumption is really good and the service I get from my local Nissan dealer is second to none, they are always efficient, helpful and friendly and give a personal service.