2000 Nissan Sunny Super Saloon 1.6 from Singapore
No Nissans, never
Corrosion on the engine block.
Idle rpm has risen from 750 to 800.
Noise from the front off side suspension whenever the car is steered after having stood for a while.
Believe it or not rust! Yes, rust on the front right wing (the car is less than a year old); rust proof coating on chassis has fallen off; couldn't be sure if it was there in the first place.
Dash was made in a toy factory, China written all over it (cheap nasty plastics). Build quality?Maybe Nissan should buy that from the Germans. Bitterly disappointing.
Nissan, in Singapore, is selling very well so far this year. But believe me, the cars are shoddy. Nissan must seriously improve the build quality of the cars they make. They've been claiming that they are doing just that, I, for one, don't believe it. The agent in Singapore, simply put, is lousy.
Deplorable service, if you could call it service in the first place. Complaints are brushed aside and customers are made to look stupid. Think twice about a Nissan!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 15th February, 2001
15th Feb 2001, 12:29
At last someone else agrees with me.
18th Feb 2001, 12:21
I strongly disagree with you. My Nissan/Datsun's 21 years old, has never broken down and the engine runs as well as it did when it was brand new.
20th Feb 2001, 08:10
It depends on the driver... do not blame cars when they break when road hogs drive them... I have a Nissan too, and I drive it easily even at 5000rpm, and it does not have a problem...
At least for the last 9 years ;)