Used Nissan Terrano (1993 - 2007) Comfort

Review by Parkers on
Last Updated: 06 Mar 2014
Terrano has never enjoyed the popularity of the Cherokee or Discovery. It's a competent and reasonably affordable family/leisure 4x4, nonetheless.

2 out of 5


Terrano's age shows when it comes to interior space. The seats are comfortable (although they could do with a bit more support), but there's not enough shoulder or legroom - especially for rear passengers. The interior is dull and there's too much engine, wind and road noise.

3 out of 5


Five-door is quite spacious and the boot is quite reasonable. Buyers opting for the seven-seater can remove the rear seats for more luggage space.

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How does the boot space compare?

900 litres
473 litres
Nissan Terrano (93-07)
115 litres
2.5 out of 5

Behind the wheel

Despite good all-round visibility, the Terrano's driving position isn't great. Legroom is tight and the driver has limited room. The steering wheel adjusts for height but not reach and it can take a while to get comfortable. Most of the switches fall easily to hand.