Nissan Almera

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Originally introduced as a hatchback in 1995, the Nissan Almera was launched as a budget family car choice offering practicality and value for money.

  • Nissan Almera Hatchback (95-00)

Originally introduced as a hatchback in 1995, the Nissan Almera was launched as a budget family car choice offering practicality and value for money.

A replacement for the Nissan Sunny, the Almera was perhaps not as exciting as rivals like the Honda Civic, Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and Volkswagen Golf, but it was inexpensive to buy and proved a popular choice for many car buyers.

A saloon version joined the line-up a year later but it was the three and five-door hatchbacks which took the lion’s share of the sales here in the UK. 

Standard kit in the Almera was good with all models coming equipped with power steering, electric mirrors and a stereo system as standard. A sportier ‘GTi’ model was also available which featured a rear spoiler, alloy wheels and sports seats.

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Most Popular Model Reviews

Nissan Almera Hatchback 2000 - 2006

2 out of 5
Nissan Almera Hatchback 2000 - 2006

New price range:
£8,870 - £15,865

Used price range:
£146 - £1,433

Creature comforts, plenty of good deals around.
Not quite enough rear legroom, feels flimsy.

Nissan Almera Hatchback 1995 - 2000

3 out of 5
Nissan Almera Hatchback 1995 - 2000

New price range:
£9,455 - £16,445

Sound family choice, well specified and well priced
Styling is utterly forgettable

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