The best Nissan models for 2013

Perrys has recently opened its first ever Nissan dealership in Blackburn.
Covering Lancashire, Preston, Chorley, Darwen, Bolton, Bury, Wigan, Accrington, Burnley, and Blackpool areas, the Perrys Nissan team is always on hand to provide the perfect Nissan for people’s needs.
2013 will be a big year for the Japanese giants. Below are some of the finest Nissan models currently for people to consider, ranging from supercars to practical people carriers:

Nissan GT-R

The Nissan GT-R is one of the finest models from the manufacturer to ever roll off the production line. It’s similar to a supercar in terms of looks and performance, and handles like a dream on the road. What’s more, it’s incredibly affordable.
For the investment drivers are getting a coupe with an engine that confirms the GT-R as one of the fastest models on the road. Its twin-turbocharged 3.2-litre V6 engine can get the car from 0-62mph in as little as 3.1 seconds, with a top speed of 190mph.
The car handles corners amazingly well while its big brakes can help it stop effectively at short notice. Performance is the watchword with the GT-R, and it’s something the car does incredibly well.
It’s also surprisingly practical. The GT-R has an impressive boot despite its streamlined nature, while it comes with two smaller rear seats for extra packages.
Overall the Nissan GT-R is exceptional value for money for people that want a cost-effective supercar rival for everyday use.
A new Nissan GT-R is available from £74,480.

Nissan Micra

The Nissan Micra is one of the most affordable and popular family cars on the market. The Micra has won thousands of fans across the globe thanks to its spacious interior, its clean engines and overall affordability.
The supermini’s cost-effective nature is by far its greatest asset, especially for families that need a practical car to help them on a daily basis. There’s more than enough room inside the Micra for five adults to sit in comfort, whilst its reasonably-sized boot complements the car well.
Two petrol engines are available on the Micra, but as people most probably suspect, they’re nowhere near as powerful as the GT-R’s! They’re a good option for urban drivers that don’t need to travel long distances on a regular basis.
The interior is as comfortable as it is spacious, while the car comes with an impressive reliability record.
Further costs can be saved for people choosing the 1.2-litre DIG-S supercharged model – its low CO2 emissions of 95g/km makes the car road tax exempt, and avoids the London Congestion Charge.
A new Nissan Micra is available from £9,750.

Nissan Qashqai

[YouTube:tU9g81zcwHQ] Speaking of family cars, there haven’t been many more impressive recent offerings than the Nissan Qashqai. The hatchback’s incredible reliability record and low costs have made it a winner with families looking for a quality car.
Granted it looks bigger than the average hatchback, but the car’s 4×4 philosophy and immense cabin provide a safety experience like no other. The car’s incredibly comfortable to drive on the road, and is available with a great choice of petrol and diesel offerings.
The Qashqai also isn’t too bad at handling some light off-road driving, but there’s no doubt it’s strongest on-the-road. The suspension is designed with comfort in mind, allowing the car to easily navigate bumpy roads.
The comfort in the drive extends to the car’s interior. The seats and spacious cabin make it a winner for family life, while the optional panoramic glass roof offers more light and adds a totally different dimension to the car.
The Qashqai offers excellent value for money and is a great alternative to cars such as the Ford Focus and similar models in the segment. The newer 360 version especially comes with a lot of standard equipment, making it a fantastic investment.
A new Nissan Qashqai is available from £16,595.

Nissan Juke

[YouTube:po-ySJjLQgg] The Nissan Juke is one of the finest crossovers on the market. Its unique style is sure to turn heads, while it also represents great value for people that invest.
There are three engines currently available on the Nissan Juke, which includes a 1.5-litre diesel and two 1.6-litre petrol offerings – available with or without a turbocharger. The Juke is also available as a four-wheel-drive on the automatic 1.6-litre turbo option.
It’s a reliable, safe model and has been endorsed by independent safety body Euro NCAP with an impressive five-star rating. It has a reasonable 251-litres of boot space, while other stowage areas such as underfloor compartments and more can offer extra storage.
But the Juke’s real selling point is its overall value. It’s a great long-term options for families to consider, with all versions including alloy wheels and air-conditioning as standard equipment. Higher level trims can include USB ports, climate control, hands-free and more.
A new Nissan Juke is available from £14,695.

Nissan Note

The Nissan Note is a mini MPV with an incredibly versatile interior. It looks smart, is built well and is very reasonably priced.
The Nissan Note is the perfect fit for people that want to downsize from a larger family car to save money. The car handles well on the road, providing good visibility to drivers thanks to its tall, narrow frame.
Though the interior may feel plain to some, it’s amazingly practical and a great option for people that need to perform a number of tasks on a regular basis. Its rear-sliding seats allow for more boot space if needed, while a huge number of additional storage options are also available.
There aren’t many better options for people that are looking for an affordable, reliable and cost-effective transporter. Higher trims are recommended though, with the Acenta model featuring air-conditioning, alloy wheels, electric rear windows and curtain airbags as standard.
A new Nissan Note is available from £11,500.