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While Japanese manufacturers can sometimes be stereotyped as being reliable but dull, Nissans stand right at the cutting edge of car design. Recent models such as the Juke and the Qashqai have cornered the growing market for crossovers, while advances in electric vehicle technology ensures that the range is growing ever more efficient and innovative. All while cars like the Micra and Pixo satisfy the need for a slightly more conventional, everyday car. All used Nissan on the AA Cars website come with free 12 months breakdown cover.Rating 490 Nissan Reviews
One of their most iconic designs, the second generation Micra, released in 1992, signalled the beginning of Nissan's modern era, mixing fun, nimble handling and affordability. Going on to win European Car of the Year in 1993, it has recently been left in the wake of some of its competitors. More successful are the Juke and Qashqai, both crossover SUVs. Although resembling a 4X4-hatchback hybrid, the Juke drives more like a nimble supermini and has proved incredibly popular. The Qashqai bears more resemblance to a standard SUV, but like the Juke, handles like a far smaller car. The recent Nissan Leaf signals the Japanese manufacturer's intentions to continue their innovative designs, and while their range might sometimes generate Marmite-like responses, they at least are never described as dull.