Nissan Serena S-Hybrid
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Nissan Serena S-Hybrid C27 (2018-Present)

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Date Reviewed
12 February 2020
Highway Star 2.0 (2018)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 10.0 km/litre (10.0 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 1,000 km/month
    - Its fuel efficient considering its bulk and weight pointing to a proper engine and gearbox selection.
    - Its called the Highway Start for a reason. Ride comfort is among the best for a MPV.
    - Decent space for a smallish MPV when compared to larger MPVs.
    - The ability to just open part of the boot is a clever addition when parked in tight spots.
    - Not a single driver assist system on-board which is unacceptable for a family vehicle.
    - Trade off for comfort driving means this vehicle has to go into corners at very slow speed to avoid too much body roll.
    - Headlights are not bi-LED ones. Its still halogen when you use the high beam and the low beam is kind of dim.
    - NVH is terrible. I can't have a conversation when travelling above 80kmh.
    - Women will have a lot of difficulty when operating this heavy boot.
    - The included Clarion head unit is pretty basic and there are no steering controls for volume adjustment and Bluetooth hands free.
To improve
- To match the X-Trail in terms of driver assist systems. - To include full LED headlights with better quality LEDs. - NVH to be further improved to insulate from outside as well as road noise. - Power boot is a must. The heavy tailgate is just much for female drivers. - To include steering volume control and Bluetooth hands free buttons.
Yes, I would recommend this car