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Nissan Serena 2002

apost left for a 1995 1.6) Expect to pay around £160 for a full clutch assembly, about £270 for a complete exhaust system (excluding catalyst), up to £180 for a front headlamp and about £300 for a starter motor. Brake pads are up to £60 front and £50 for the rear set, around £195 should buy a new radiator and an alternator is about £290. Handling is well controlled as is body roll - a bugbear with many cars of this type. It helps that the engine is positioned under the front seats instead of the bonnet, giving the Serena better all-round balance. Around town, driving could hardly be easier thanks in part to the narrow design - a real advantage in nip-and-tuck traffic. The clutch, gearbox and steering are all as light as you could want and the brakes are powerful and progressive (with anti-lock on the later SLX and Excursion models). Lots of room, yet this Nissan takes up a minimum of space in the garage and costs a lot less to run than most of the competition. apost right Read more...

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