I was searching for Nissan Wingroad Owners & Fan Club but could not find one so posting here. Please share your experience or anything related to Nissan Wingroad.
I bought one recently, Pearl Whilte, 2007 unregistered, HR15DE 1500cc, DVD Navigation with Rear-view Camera and e4WD .... needles to say I am loving it ..... :P. Before buying one I test drove Toyota Axio Fielder, Honda Airwave, Nissan AD Van and Toyota Probox.
Nissan Wingroad may not be the best equipped vehicle (No panoramic sunroof like Airwave) but it definitely is value for money in terms of features, cabin space and driving comfort.
Nissan Wingroad 2007
Developed around the concept of "a stylish and practical compact wagon," the Wingroad is distinguished by the following three unique attributes that make it an attractive wagon, whether driving around town or heading off on a longer trip:
New wagon interior space refers to the ability of users to reconfigure the interior space by sliding and reclining the rear seats to create more leg room in the rear-seat area compared with most wagons in its class. The driver's and front passenger's seats also recline completely, allowing for even more room.
New wagon functionality refers to the car's many innovative and convenient features, including a simple bench seat at the rear of the luggage area and a washable luggage board. In addition, all seats, except for the driver's seat, can be folded flat by remote control.
New wagon performance refers to the Wingroad's enjoyable driving performance. The suspension system, which incorporates the specifications of high-end cars, is specifically tuned for wagon use to ensure a smooth, comfortable ride in both the city and on longer trips. Moreover, the combination of Nissan's MR18DE engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) delivers a powerful, sporty performance.