Recently upgraded having a fresh interior plus some suspension tweaks in the company’s British-based European Design and Engineering Unit, Nissan’s Primera continues to be a car that polarises opinion; buyers either love or hate its swoopy styling.
When it comes to dynamics the vehicle is better at handling than its aquadynamic body shell suggests it should. An apparently narrow selection of engines, with various just a 1.8 or 2.0 litre petrol or 2.2 diesel, is apparently sufficient for buyers.
While there is allegedly a V6 within the pipeline. Handling and road holding are extremely good, quality of ride likewise, and also the recent interior revisions make it feel more special then your sales rep car that it is price and specification suggest it should be.