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Have you driven, or own a Nissan Almera? We would love to hear about your experience, especially any parts you may have needed. Please write a review in the comments box below and we'll be sure to publish it online here.

Nissan Almera Overview

The Nissan Almera is a small family car produced by the Japanese car manufacturing company Nissan. This name is for the European market, and can also be known as: Pulsar, Sentra or Bluebird Sylphy depending on which market. These cars are both cheap to buy and run, and are also seen as reliable little cars. They have a good safety record but lack in space, comfort and are not great to drive. Overall this car is very affordable and is a good run around.

Nissan Almera History

The first version of the Nissan Almera (1995-2000) was known as the N15, and was built as a replacement for the Nissan Sunny. In the UK it is the hatchback version that is the most popular and there was a GTi version offered in 1996. These vehicles had good features fitted as standard, and received a makeover in 1998 which mainly affected exterior parts such as the bumpers.

The N16 second version (2000-06) was to be the final version of this car. It was built on the Nissan MS design platform which changed the look of the vehicle, making it curvier and was a very popular car worldwide. This new design improved issues such as the handling and grip the car had on the road. It received a makeover in 2003, improving the suspension and interior, as well as offering more engines. Production ceased in 2006.

Models

E
S
Twister
Activ
SX
SE
Sport
Sport+
SE+
GX
Hurricane
Elegance
Ambition
Invitation
Esteem
Tempo
Premium
FLARE
SVE
PULSE
SXE
GTi

Fuel Economy

There were 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 petrol versions and 1.5 and 2.0 diesel engines for this vehicle. The diesel engines are the most economical, offering about 50mpg with the smaller sized petrol engines being the most economical of this fuel type, average 40mpg. Take into consideration the age, fuel type and engine size when determining the fuel economy of the vehicle.

Transmission

There are both manual and automatic gearboxes available for this car. If you need Nissan gearbox parts then have a look at the Nissan gearbox section of our website.

Parts

If you have  experienced problems with parts on the Nissan Almera, why not check our Almera problems page? You may find the solution to your problem parts here.

Almera Parts are found at Breakeryard. We have a comprehensive network of UK Breakers waiting to meet your need. Check out the Almera parts page, or enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate your exact required part.