1990 Nissan Sunny LS 1.4 from UK and Ireland
Superb, time will tell
Only had it one day so none!!
Purchased today, last owner for 14 years, says it all!
Nobody ever sat in the back I think.
New full exhaust and 4 new tyres.
12 month M.O.T 6 month tax, immaculate inside and out. New full exhaust, 4 new tyres and new battery and starter motor so worth £460 me think!
I agree it looks a bit boxy, but hey I've had a Volvo so that no problem hahaha.
Car done 59,500 miles and looks better than MUCH newer cars condition wise. It is so quiet and smooth to drive it is unbelievable!
I bought this cos my rover 214 blew its head due to a faulty thermostat sender, rendering it to scrap city (not viable to repair it)
I figured it more sense to buy the Nissan and run for a year. BUT after reading reviews on this site I guess I may be running this immaculate car for a long long time (touch wood)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 24th October, 2006
7th Nov 2006, 06:08
Just an update!!
Had the sunny a couple of weeks now, it is starting first time every time.
Only being doing shortish journeys, but have noticed it takes a long time to warm up, according to the temperature gauge and choke seems to be on a while, is this a trait for the car?? any feedback appreciated thanks.
Driving position is good and though no power steering its posing no problem to adjust to.
Little minor faults discovered- passenger door not locking/ unlocking on central locking so gonna take trim off and have a look around.
Back window opening VERY slowly to half-way, but think this just seized cos no one used it. I got 2 little ones in the back so not a problem!!
This not a fault, but I find the ignition key lock button a pain in the butt lol
Tried to swap stereo for my c. d player, but the cassette player refuses to come out!! Took console out, but the phillips screws holding cassette player just too tight, just threading, pulled console/cage out enough to see not ISO connections so put everything back together. I understand ISO connectors-adaptors available, but researching them discovered lighting problems due to no earth lead etc so any advice regarding this also appreciated!
Thanks for reading, Steve.