1999 Nissan Almera Pulsar 1.4


Left front suspension due to bad driving by the previous owner.

Both back brakes had to be replaced (wear and tear).

One light bulb on the licence plate.

At the start of the ownership, the car would steer to the left automatically due to front suspension, which the dealer should have fixed!

No drama after repairs have been done.

Total spending.

75 Euro for left front suspension replacement.

7 Euro for light bulb.

280 Euro for both back brakes.

General Comments:

I expected a reliable car, which I got (I don't blame the car's front suspension because the previous owner didn't drive the car well).

Economical to drive too.

What I did not expect was a comfortable car.

When you say Nissan, you think reliable, economical, maybe practical, which it ALL is, but it's very very comfortable.

Except for the low profile (which makes the car looks good), which makes my 1.83m entering the car a bit clumsy.

Good seats.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 9th November, 2010