The Nissan Pixo is a car for around town that will cost peanuts to run and the purchase price is very competitive. The 1.0 litre engine returns an impressive 64.2mpg; co2 emissions are similarly low with an average of 103g/km grouping the Nissan Pixo in with the very cleanest cars on the road.
The interior is not a strong point 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.
The Nissan Pixo is a four-seater, and four will fit as long as they're not too tall. Headroom is tight in the back, and there is not much knee room. The boot is not very big but the entry-level cars have split-folding rear seats that let you extend the boot, but the load area you do get is sloped.
Prices start for the Nissan Pixo at £6995.