The Nissan Pixo comes with a one litre petrol engine producing 65bhp. A car for around town as it takes 13.5 seconds to reach 62mph. Nissan is offering the Pixo in three trim levels and a single five-door bodystyle. The range kicks off with the Visia model that gives the car its eye-catching entry-level price, it is a bit spartan with not much to write about but buyers do get a CD stereo, power steering, ABS and a couple of airbags. The Nissan Pixo Acenta adds side airbags, remote central locking, electric front windows and a 50/50 split rear seat. The Nissan Pixo Tekna is the range topper with air-conditioning ESP stability control and curtain airbags amongst other features.
Running costs will be a major attraction for Nissan Pixo customers with the 1.0-litre engine returning a very impressive 64.2mpg. The urban cycle is designed to replicate city use and at 51.3mpg it is the sort of economy that owners can expect. CO2 emissions are similarly low with an average of 103g/km grouping the Nissan Pixo in with the very cleanest cars on the road.
Prices start at £6995 for the Nissan Pixo Visia, the Nissan Pixo Alto starts at £7745 and the Tekna at £8645 on the road.