Established in 1933 by Yoshisuke Aikawa, Nissan is known for producing popular cars such as the 350Z, Altima and the Qashqai. Nissan engines are also well regarded in the motor industry for their performance and durability. The company’s VQ engine has been rated multiple times as one of the best in Ward’s Auto World magazine.
Nissan cars cover a wide range of classes such as city cars, crossovers, 4x4’s, sports cars and electric. It even has a luxury range of cars marketed under the name Infiniti. Whatever you need, there could be a Nissan to suit, and an insurance policy to go with it with Confused.com.
*Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Nissan models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 01/01/18 – 01/10/18. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
If you'd like more information, try reading our guide on how car insurance is calculated.
Unveiled at the 2008 Greater LA Auto Show, the 370Z is the sixth-generation of the Nissan Z line, and succeeds the popular Nissan 350Z.
If you’re aged 31 – 45, you could be looking to pay around £688* to insure this car annually.
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Produced between 1995 and 2006, the Almera (which replaced the Nissan Sunny), is a mid-sized hatchback from Nissan. In 2003, Nissan gave the Almera a facelift with updated styling and a new engine.
An annual premium for this car could cost you around £823* if you’re aged 31 – 50.
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The GT-R is the updated Skyline, Nissan's famous sports car – with Nissan dropping the ‘skyline’ tag in 2009. Sitting at the top end of the insurance group bracket, this isn't likely to be the cheapest car to run. Boasting upwards of 471 brake horsepower (bhp), this 3.8l engine sure does pack some punch.
To give an idea of how much the GT-R would cost to insure, if you're aged between 36 – 50 you would be looking at paying around £1,453* for your yearly premium.
Introduced to the UK in 2010, the Nissan Juke is a new breed of crossover. Whereas most crossover cars are a mix of a SUV and hatchback, the Juke is a cross between an SUV and a supermini.
Available in both two and four-wheel-drive, the Juke comes with an array of technology and gadgets as standard, like climate control, cruise control, ABS and multiple airbags. In 2011 it earned five stars from Euro NCAP for safety, which is the highest level that can be awarded.
For the Juke, you could be looking at insurance costs of around £672* if you’re aged 26 – 40.
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The Micra has been around for over 30 years, with 5 different generations of design. It's a popular choice with young drivers, who often have higher insurance premiums.
Those aged 21 – 40 could be paying around £939* for their yearly premium.
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Nissan released the Note to the British public in 2006. It’s an MPV-style hatchback built for getting the family around the city. Similar to the Renault Modus, with which it shares its underpinnings, the Note is a deceptively spacious vehicle with a family-friendly interior.
The Note tends to sit at the lower end of the typical car insurance group range. This isn't an exhaustive list, but you can use it to gauge where the Note is placed.
Drivers aged 36 – 50 could get car insurance for around £634*.
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If you’re looking to insure a Nissan Pathfinder and you’re aged 56 – 70, you may be paying around £481*. This could increase for those aged between 36 – 50, who may be paying on average £683*.
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The Primera was in production for a total of 16 years in Nissan's UK Sunderland facility, finishing its run in 2006. During that time, it went through four different facelifts before it was eventually retired.
If you’re looking for how much a Primera would cost to insure and you’re aged 36 – 55, then this could be around £732*.
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|Hatchback (02 - 06)||1.8 - 2.2||18 - 26
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The Nissan Qashqai has won several awards, including the 2007 Best SUV from Top Gear and What Diesel Car. In 2008 it won Best MPV at the Scottish Car of the Year Awards, and Best Medium Family Car in the What Diesel Car awards. The Qashqai also won the What Car? Green Award in 2010, and Best In Class in the 2011 Driver Power Survey.
Those aged 36 - 50 could be looking at paying around £486* for their insurance.
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The Nissan X-Trail has been available since 2000 and is now in its third generation. The X-Trail is another SUV which is a 4x4 that isn’t really meant to go off-road – it’s a soft-roader, as some people like to call them. It might not be ideal for taking up a mountain or across rough terrain, but it could be great for pulling a trailer, or getting your sports equipment across the fields or beach.
Those aged 21 – 30 could pay around £1,019* for their yearly premium, while ages 36 – 50 could be paying close to £548*
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First released in 2010, the Nissan Leaf is a compact, five-door hatchback, electric car that produces zero greenhouse-gas emissions. The Leaf has won multiple awards, such as the 2010 Green Car Vision Award and the 2011 World Car of the Year.
The yearly cost of insuring the Leaf could be close to £565* for those aged 31 – 45.
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|Acenta (11 on)||6.6kW (charger)||19 - 20||A|
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The Nissan Pulsar is a subcompact and compact car currently in its second generation of production. The Pulsar gets its name from a type of neutron star.
To insure the Pulsar for the year, those aged between 46 – 65 would be looking to pay around £381*.
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|Acenta (14 on)||1.2 - 1.6||10 - 17||A - H|
|Tekna (14 on)||1.2 - 1.6||10 - 18||A - H|