Nissan Car Tyres
Nissan is one of the biggest vehicle manufacturers in the world after forming its alliance with French manufacturer Renault. We have had a look at what tyres Nissan give you and detailed the information below (www.nissan.co.uk).
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Nissan Micra - 165/60 14T Michelin E3A
The Nissan Micra is one of the most successful of the new breed of fresh designs coming out of Japan. The Micra is a practical about town super mini, offering great fuel consumption and yet still offering acceleration when it matters. Nissan have traditionally built excellent cars with high levels of equipment and the new Micra is no exception. The Nissan Micra is not the most spacious supermini but it offers a fun drive and trouble free low cost ownership. Another recommended option for the Micra is the Continental Eco Contact 3 or Continental Premium Contact.
Nissan Almera - 185/65 15 H, Michelin E3A
The Almera is competent but in no way exciting. It appeals to the buyer who desires reliability from their car above all else. Residuals on this car are also poor but equipment provided is good on most of the models. Tyre options for this car should offer the driver a smooth comfortable drive with minimum road noise. The Pirelli P6000 Powergy would fit this purpose as would the Dunlop Sport 01. A budget choice for this car would be either the Barum or the Kleber.
Nissan Primera - 185/65 15 H, Michelin Pilot Primacy
The Nissan Primera is Nissan’s more to the family car, company car market sector. Again the car performs well overall but is not one of the best. It is not bad in any area but neither is it outstanding. Equipment levels are again very good with some options (including CD changer) as standard that you would expect to find only in much more expensive cars. There are a good range of engine options with the 2.2 diesel probably being the pick of the bunch. The low speed ride is slightly firm and the residuals are poor. Tyre options for this car would be the Bridgestone ER30 or the Goodyear NCT5.
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