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The first Nissan Juke Nismo was launched in 2013
Nissan attempts to sharpen up the hot version of its baby crossover
Nissan's V-Motion grille marks the Pulsar out as a Nissan, but it's debatable whether you'd be able to name the car if this was covered up
Nissan's return to the European mainstream is hatched
Upgrades to the latest 370Z Nismo include retuned suspension, additional cabin insulation and a less aggressive body kit
Still no delicate sporting masterstroke, but neither should it be. A muscular, charismatic and fast GT with much improved road manners
The X-Trail takes on the likes of the Ford Kuga, Mazda CX-5 and Hyundai Santa Fe
Can a better-mannered X-Trail challenge the soft-road class leaders?
The GT-R Nismo is powered by a 3.8-litre turbocharged V6 petrol engine
Nissan's performance and motorsport division makes a great car even better
The Nissan Qashqai gets a new look and more functionality in an effort to attract a new generation of buyers
Can this crossover stand out now it's the norm, not the exception?
The Note was strongly influenced by Nissan's Invitation concept
The second-generation Nissan Note is a spacious Fiesta alternative, despite dynamic dullness compared to the Ford
The Juke is a compact crossover with punch and presence
Performance arm Nismo targets a new generation of hot hatch fans
The super-coupé bargain of the decade
The Nissan GT-R is not a cheap car, but it’s better value for money than cars that are seemingly as fast
The Nissan X-Trail has well-judged ride and handling, but it gets expensive when kit is added
Nissan describes the Qashqai as a "new take on the family car"
The Nissan Qashqai is short on cabin flexibility next to newer rivals but offers a comfortable, fuss-free drive
The Pathfinder shares many parts with the Navara pick-up
The Nissan Pathfinder is a tough large SUV, but no Discovery. It's spacious but unrefined
SUV, coupé and even motorcycle styling meet in likeable compact crossover
With its exaggerated styling, the Nissan Juke takes the notion of a crossover in a new direction
2013 saw the launch of the re-engineered Nissan Leaf
The electric Nissan Leaf has its work cut out competing with cheaper mainstream cars - but it does make a case for itself
Its ambition is to be a world player, so will it show world-class ability?
The Nissan Micra is a supermini offering low running costs but in most other areas is below the class average
The 370Z has the pace, looks, kit, value and charm, so what’s the catch?
The Nissan 370Z is seductively honest, entertaining and great value, too. But it’s no long-haul cruiser
The Pixo is aimed at an older audience than its twin, the Suzuki Alto
The Nissan Pixo city car has a energetic three-pot engine and is surprisingly fun and frugal
The Nissan Note offers more space and practicality than the average supermini, and a decent drive too