For You can buy a Pixo for very little outlay, and the running costs are low, too. Its small size and tight turning circle are great in the city, and it has a simple dashboard.
Against There's not a lot to love about the interior, and the entry-level model is short of safety kit. It's not good to drive anywhere other than around town,
The Nissan Pixo will cost buttons to run and the purchase price is very competitive, but the cabin is disappointingly bland. Many rivals are much better in key areas.
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The Nissan Pixo isn't a car that's going to set your heart a-flutter in any way, but it is very keenly priced. It undercuts the likes of the Toyota Aygo, and only a handful of budget brands sell cars for significantly less.
That's why we reckon the best Pixo is the cheapest. You can put the Visia version on your driveway for less than you’d think, and even though it has less kit than a bankrupt football team, it's still decent value.
All are powered by a perky 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine, which comes with a five-speed manual gearbox as standard. There's also a four-speed automatic available, which might interest a lot of buyers. It isn't bad, either.
It's as simple as this – if you can live without a few luxuries, you can have a brand new car on your drive for pocket money. That's very tempting.