You should be able to get comfortable at the wheel of the Pixo, but it might take you a while. The steering wheel moves for height but not reach, and the base model doesn’t have height adjustment for the driver's seat. There's an inaccurate lever to adjust the backrest angle, too. The minimalist dashboard isn't the most stylish you'll ever see, but it's simple to navigate.
Nissan Pixo Hatchback space & practicality
The 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's not a huge amount of kneeroom, either. You'll have an even harder time fitting luggage in, because the boot is tiny. Only higher-grade cars have split-folding rear seats that let you extend the boot, but the load area you get is sloped.
Nissan Pixo Hatchback equipment
The range starts with the Visia model, and although it's cheap, there's a reason why. You get a CD player, power steering and four cupholders, but that's about it. The N-tec gives you more of the basics - remote locking, alloys, electric front windows, and front foglamps - as well as air-conditioning.