How good is Nissan Almera Tino?
The cabin is different from the basic Almera’s, with a dashboard that’s dominated by bulbous shapes, but it’s well laid out. There’s plenty of handy storage dotted about, and three adults can get reasonably comfy. Boot space is good, but the way the rear suspension eats into the space limits its practicality.
What replaced the Nissan Almera Tino?
The Nissan Almera Tino is a compact MPV which was produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan between 1998 and 2006 in Japan, as the Nissan Tino. Nissan’s Spanish factory produced the Almera Tino between 2000 and 2006….Nissan Almera Tino.
|Nissan Almera Tino (V10)
Why is Nissan Almera a good car?
Firstly, the Almera features a very stylish design that makes it look appealing to the public. Secondly, this sedan is very practical to drive on an everyday basis as it features a fuel-efficient engine that delivers a consistent performance. Lastly, the cabin comfort inside this sedan is just too good.
Where is the VIN number on a Nissan Almera Tino?
The number is located on a small plaque near the bottom of the windshield on the driver’s side of your Nissan. This one can be hard to see, but luckily the VIN is also placed in the driver’s side door jamb and in the firewall of the engine bay.
Is the Nissan Almera Tino a good car?
All models have the capacity to entertain, even the lusty diesel. A low centre of gravity and multi-link suspension give good road feel, and a recent Autocar roadholding test pitching the Almera Tino against its hatchback and saloon brethren found the Tino’s limits to be the highest of all! So much for boring MPVs.
What was the Nissan Almera like in 2000?
The 2000 model year car changed the way we perceived the Almera. Gone was the gawky styling and uninspired interior. In its place was a car that was confident and mature with a far more European feel and fit and finish to rival anything emerging from Germany.
Are there any recalls on the Nissan Almera?
Unless you had bought the car as new and were lucky enough to be eligible for the factory recall you were quite soon stuck with corroded and foggy headlights that were a hazard and there was to be no driving during dark even with full beams. Seriously.
What kind of warranty does a Nissan Tino have?
All Tinos enjoy a three-year/60,000-mile warranty (check for a full service history to keep it valid) and the best outlet for decent cars is probably through an authorised Nissan dealer, so you might pay a bit more for peace of mind. The franchise’s excellent used car programme (not all dealers participate) should be worth the extra cost, though.