Nissan Tiida is a small-medium car with the sort of interior space that can accommodate a family, and provide a smooth quiet ride with reasonable engine performance.
the boxy body makes for a surprisingly spacious interior in a car of this class. The front seats are almost as wide as those of a six-cylinder family car and there’s as much legroom in the back seats as many cars a couple of sizes up. As well as good headroom and shoulder room to go with it.
In March 2010 the Nissan Tiida got a comprehensive facelift that saw the front of the car extended and reshaped. The Tiida Ti had its side skirts done in the same colour as the rest of the body to visually take some of the height out of the car. It’s still on the boxy side, though.
The boot of both the Tiida sedan and hatch are large, something that’s further improved in the topline Tiida Ti hatchback as it’s fitted with sliding rear seats to further increase the length of the luggage compartment.
Noise,vibration and harshness (NVH) suppression is impressive and Tiida feels like a car of the next size upwards on all but the roughest roads. Ride comfort is good, with a reasonably supple feel from the suspension. Handling is competent.
Power comes from a 1.8-litre engine with good torque from about 2000 rpm upwards.