The second generation of the incredibly popular Qashqai took a major step forward from its predecessor.
The Nissan Leaf has turned into the best-selling electric car yet - is it a sensible used buy?
Nissan’s pickup-based SUV isn’t the most sophisticated thing out there but it’s certainly rugged and useful.
Introduced to tempt customers for whom a Qashqai was just too exciting, the Tiida was always dull, but it’s also reliable and affordable family transport. Well-equipped too.
Built in India, the Pixo was Nissan's answer to the growing city car marketplace.
Nissan's huge success in the family car market with its Qashqai crossover saw it introduce the smaller Juke as an alternative to conventional superminis.
The Nissan 350Z filled a Z car-shaped hole in Nissan's line-up caused by the departure of the 300ZX in the year 2000.
Nissan's revolution of its model range didn't start at the Qashqai; the Japanese firm's line-up showed some flashes of inspiration before its crossover arrived.
When the second generation Nissan Navara was launched in 2009 the sector was enjoying attractive tax deals, making them particularly appealing to small business owners.
The Primera was a staple of Nissan’s range ever since it replaced the Bluebird in 1990, but when the Qashqai arrived in 2007 it was curtains for this capable family car.