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Suzuki Ignis v Nissan Micra v Citroen C3 2018 | Head2Head

Small hatchbacks: just because they’re small in size doesn’t mean they aren't big in personality. The Suzuki Ignis, Citroen C3 and Nissan Micra are three of the best town runabouts currently on sale, but which one is best for you? To find out, I’m going to give them a thorough going-over inside and out, before hitting the road on each to find out which is best.

Suzuki Ignis review –
https://www.carwow.co.uk/suzuki/ignis?utm_source=YouTube\u0026utm_medium=description\u0026utm_campaign=Make-suzuki-Model-ignis-touring-Type-review

Citroen C3 review –
https://www.carwow.co.uk/citroen/c3?utm_source=YouTube\u0026utm_medium=description\u0026utm_campaign=Make-citroen-Model-c3-Type-review

Nissan Micra review –
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mr. Black : How the hell did the orange car win?
Howard Stidwill : I have a top of the range C3. It is brilliant in all situations. I don’t understand why reviewers constantly assess cars by the extreme cornering ‘fun factor’. Surely for most prospective owners this is not their priority. This car has really comfortable suspension and yet is still good around the corners.
99 ron : I like the Ignis, it's more like the K11 micra and the new Micra is like a Seat Ibiza. Plus I think the Ignis is sort of designed with emerging economies like India in mind, which means it's more likely to be reliable and easy to repair. Citroën is French and gonna have some silly engineering issues that will crop up.
Abbey Jayne : I will probably go with the Ignis. Love the look of it and it's 5 star safety, as well as being a very reliable car. Also the cheapest there
True Normality : I would pick the c3 for the looks and comfy seats.

2019 Nissan Navara Review - In-Depth Roadtest | Vanarama.com

Nissan has positioned the Navara as a truck that “raises the bar for style and performance” in the sector.

And with this current generation, it feels like 80 years of experience has been poured in to make it the toughest, smartest and nicest to drive Navara yet.

It’s also one of the few pickup trucks to come with 5-year warranty for even more peace of mind! So, shall we see how it stands up to the Vanarama Road Test?

This latest generation of the Navara looks good, doesn’t it? They’ve always been understated, but it looks so modest, like the drive and interior is where it does its boasting… know what I mean?

Under the hood is an excellent Euro 6D-temp 2.3 dCi 190PS engine mated to a 7-speed auto box (if you like, you can get it with Nissan’s brand-new 6-speed manual box).

LIGHTS
• LED Headlights with black inlay
• LED Daytime Running Lights
• Automatic headlights
• Fog Lights with Chrome Surrounds
EXTERIOR
• Silver Side Steps
• Silver Roof Rails

DOOR MIRRORS
• Chrome, Electric Folding Door Mirrors with Indicator, Heated

Right! Let’s hop into the front to check out the cabin.

Check out the tailgate, don’t miss that badge with the 5-year warranty!

Length: 1.6m at its longest
Width: 1.5m
Width (between arches): 1.1m
Height: 0.5m

Payload: 1,115kg

Towing capacity: 3,500kg

SO MUCH LEATHER
• Leather Seats
• Leather Gear Lever and Handbrake
• Leather, leather everywhere

WHAT’S OBVIOUS
• 8-way Electronically Adjustable Driver’s Seat
• Heated Front Seats
• 4-way Manual Adjustable Passenger Seat
• Front Armrest
• Front Electric Windows

INFOTAINMENT
• Digital Radio (DAB)
• Bluetooth® Telephone Integration
• Bluetooth Audio Streaming
• AUX Socket, USB Socket, 3x 12V Power Sockets
• 8” Touchscreen with Nissan Connect 2.0 Entertainment System \u0026 Satellite Navigation
• Apple CarPlay \u0026 Android Auto
• Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls
• Trip Computer
• Intelligent Around View Monitor - 4 Cameras with 360 Degree Bird’s-eye View

IN THE BACK
• Folding Rear Seats (King Cab)
• Toolkit behind the seat
• Euro 6D-temp 2.3 dCi 190PS engine mated to a 7-speed auto box
• What’s the MPG today?
• Basic handling, cornering, automatic gearbox reactivity?
Ford Ranger – the latest version of this tough pickup is incredibly popular but as you’ll see, it too has a lot of competition to deal with – but, it’s winning, and if you’re watching this review chances are you’ve already watched one about the Ford Ranger!

Fiat Fullback – a great-value pickup truck platform shares with the Mitsubishi L200 so it comes from good stock. Well worth a look.

Isuzu D-Max – there’s something understated about the D-Max, and that’s fine, it does the job of a pickup without making a fuss! Farmers love it, and that is high praise indeed!

Mercedes-Benz X Class – sharing some bits of the Nissan Navara meant Mercedes-Benz built a luxury pickup on the bedrock of a top-performing platform. But this truck is not hanging about much longer at all!

Toyota Hilux – we’re several generations in now, and the Hilux continues to perform incredibly well. It’s got the usual high Toyota build standard and the tech bundled in there is very user-friendly.

Mitsubishi L200 – The sixth version of this powerful truck has just hit the market and I love its new looks and refined engine. The Barbarian trim level is better than ever with a powerful engine under the hood and leather luxury behind the doors!

And finally, the VW Amarok – the VW brand is incredibly strong and is clearly on show in the Amarok pickup truck. It’s big and comfy at speed, so much so you’d easily mistake it for an SUV’s drive quality!

And there you go, there’s loads of competition being faced by the new Nissan Navara, but thousands of users across the globe tell you this IS a great pickup truck! Put it on your list for when you head to vanarama.com to look for some deals.

So, how do we finish this one?

Well, the Navara has been around in various guises since 1997, and the quality of the Navara just seems to improve with every new version.

This latest version isn’t a revolution for the Navara; it’s a testament to Nissan knowing what works in a pickup truck and how to execute that vision near flawlessly.

If you’re looking at the Navara with the intention to lease, this version at the Tekna trim level is where your search should end – they’ve damn-near hit this truck pitch-perfect if you ask me.
Russell James : Would be interesting to see if they had sorted out the chassis snapping issue with this year.
BMWdayWhatyouwant : Proud to own a Nissan Navara D23 2019! Great driving pleasure, practicality, and all arounder! It was excellent value for money, it's got some great bells and whistles like heated seats, keyless entry, tinted rear windows, etc... manual transmission but it's pretty good for a pick up! Who said only the Germans build luxury cars, aye?
Nathan Giddings : Been watching a lot of your reviews lately. Absolutely love them. Brilliant videos, brilliant presenter. Very informative. I'm calling tomorrow to enquire about a Navara at your haydock branch
amirlepina : I'm in love with my Navara D23 2019! I think its the greatest Pickup for this value of money. I've paid about 30% off the retail for a brandnew car. Thats about 33,5 k in €. Thats insane for that much car. The blind button under the climate control is a rear differential lock. Nice review!
Ephraim Gower : it is very good off road, unlike most others the ABLS continues to work on front wheels when rear diff is engaged. From off road trips on uneven and slippery surfaces it has so much grip and good gearing. Acceleration is near top for pickup, exception of v6 offerings, and has higher power to mass ratio than latest 2.0 wildtrak. Seats are zero gravity inspired as well, no bouncy rear on gravel and bad roads. U will hv to drive it over a long distance variation (gravel, high speed, off road) to appreciate it as the best package. Over short trips, depending on road, others may seem to be better by quick first impressions

Nissan Juke 2015 Review

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MSM4U2POM : Not the prettiest car in the world, but significantly better than some journalists would have us believe. The 1.2 Acenta Premium is a good motorway companion; with the cruise control on and the engine purring away at just under 2400 rpm at 70mph, it's a relaxing little car to drive. Only real complaint I have is the calculated fuel consumption on the trip computer, which can fool you into thinking you're getting much better economy than you really are. So far it has been an average of 8.7 per cent optimistic, which doesn't sound like much, but when it says you're doing 47 miles per gallon and you're actually getting 43, you do feel cheated.
Pamela Segura : Es mi camioneta favorita, ok? ❤️
Cee Tee : Good review cheers
Azor Ahai : Great review, thank you, but where the is spare tyre!?
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