Used Nissan Primera Hatchback (2002 - 2006) Comfort

Review by Parkers on
Last Updated: 04 Mar 2014
Nissan rethinking the ideal medium-sector model? And succeeding? Implausible just a few years ago, but the Japanese company has designed eye-catching bodies and matched them up with stylish and innovative interiors to create one of the sector leaders. It's also pleasant to drive and well-specified; even base models get climate control.

3 out of 5


Comfort is adequate, mostly due to space afforded to passengers, rather than the supportiveness of the seats, which are a little hard, compared to the standards set by the class leaders.

3.5 out of 5


It's a roomy car, and the different dash layout makes for useful storage ideas. The boot is big, but a funny shape, which may make loading difficult. Seats split and fold for extra load area.

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Nissan Primera Hatchback (02-06)
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Behind the wheel

Central dials are distracting initially, but many cars now feature this layout. The dash is unusual, making it a little more interesting than say, a Vectra, but luxury level standards of rivals are missing. Cars up until mid-2004 have a black-and-white reversing camera; it's colour from then on.