2005 Nissan Almera SX from UK and Ireland
This is why people years ago had a name for their car, because it looked after you
Nothing, not a thing!
This car has brought the joy of driving back to me. I thought I was getting old and had lost some of my driving skills, but this car drives the way I used to drive thirty years ago, with great visibility and super responses.
The petrol gauge is painted on - or at least it seems often to be the case. Garage stops every second week, it's a peach of a car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th August, 2018
19th Aug 2018, 15:16
I tend to agree. Cars from about 2000 - 2005 were the last of the best 1990s technology. Then things got too complex after about 2006, certainly with modern diesel cars. General repair and running costs doubled.
Myself I have a 2011 Nissan Juke. Not the worst car in the world, but reliable? No contest compared to cars I've had before, it's been pretty bad (and expensive). To be honest, my dad had more reliable cars in the 80s. Everyone I know that has a car built in the last 10 years or so wants to go back to their 90s cars. Hold on to older cars as long as you can if you want trouble free simple motoring!