The 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. It replaced the very successful Nissan Pulsar.
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.
COMFORT & DRIVEABILITY
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.
It has decent build quality and thus' they tend to be very reliable cars. It also has a chain-driven motor - much like many other Nissan vehicles.
The boot of both the Tiida sedan and hatch are large.