Nissan Tino S Reviews
Product Type: Nissan cars
Newest Review: ... due to driver error more than the vehicle. The car is very spacious and has many little spaces for putting valuables in out ... more
Customer Nissan Tino S Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
The Nissan Almera Tino S is a very spacious and capable five door MPV that ticks all the right boxes for a family car and also for a general purpose car. I am a big fan of medium size MPVs since they provide the flexibility to cope with big loads and with family trips. Compared to a saloon car this Nissan has- like all MPVs- a number of useful features such as a high driving position and individual rear seats (instead of a lump that pretends to be a seat in most saloon cars) that fold away or fold up providing vital space when necessary. The little cubby holes for storage and extra electric sockets are also very useful. The boot is roomy and can accept several crates ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/01, updated on 28/10/01 (Very useful, 1011 readings)
Following in the footsteps of the Citroen Xsara, and the Renault Scenic, the Almera Tino is Nissans entry into the mini-people carrier style motor market. Nissan have never been accused of being market leaders in ingenuity, but have entered the market with some exemplary models in their time. Nissan formed in 1914, in Japan. Invented an electric car as far back as 1947. Entered the U.K. market in a joint venture with Austin in 1953 Sold 1.5 million of their legendary Z sports cars. Paul Newman won racing trophies in a Nissan. Micra were European car of the year in 1993. There you go, some Nissan facts! The Tino was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/10 (Useful, 23 readings)
Nissan Tino S My 2002 model Almera Tino isn't exactly my cup of tea, but then you have a large family to trek about, and you don't want to be spending a fortune, sometimes I have to settle. At under £2000 there could be no complaints about the price, although I did have to do a little work on the braking system, replacing disks, pads, shoes and callipers. Throw in a new set of tyres and the total bill was near £500 but worth it for the peace of mind. The Tino holds my five well, with plenty of room. The kids aren't squashed and there's plenty of room for the wife to turn around and sort them out on long journeys. It drives decent enough and unlike some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/11 (Somewhat useful, 25 readings)
Having owned an Almero Tino S for around about 2 years now I have had a lot of experience with this vehicle. So far I have not had many problems with the car, the only issue I have had was when I got it there was a lot of vibration when braking and after getting this fixed it has started again but this could be due to driver error more than the vehicle. The car is very spacious and has many little spaces for putting valuables in out of sight. The biggest down side with the Tino S is the fuel consumption, driving around in the 1.8 petrol only gets 30 mpg, but for a people carrier and for the power that the car can put out it isn't tooo bad. The car has plenty of space in . Read the complete review
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