Don't get one.
Added: 17th of July 2018
I had a 2005 Nissan Almera N16 with a 1.6l 72kw. Made in Sunderland, the car was a bit of a let down. The performance is quite bearable in urban conditions and you can even overtake on the motorway but when there's even a little bit of snow/ice on the roads - forget about it. It was bambi on ice at best even in a parking lot at low speed looking for a space. Either the car was swerwing or it had little to no grip even with studs. Let alone driving through a valley climb. Just didn't do the trick. The ride's not awful on perfect conditions though. The spare parts come cheap. The headlights though? Unless you had bought the car as new and were lucky enough to be eligible for the factory recall you were quite soon stuck with corroded and foggy headlights that were a hazard and there was to be no driving during dark even with full beams. Seriously. Bought two new aftermarket headlights which with top of the range halogen bulbs were brilliant cause they weren't made by Nissan but by TYC. The car has reasonable space inside for the passengers and the only downside was that when you let the rear seats down, the width of the boot-to-saloon was considerably narrower but that's that. The inside looked cheap and the stereo went dodgy quick with the cd stuck and the fm alternator going mad. The buttons on the stereo were hard to press as well which is worrying if you needed to silence the damn thing. Luckily for current owners there appears to be Chinese alternative plastic consoles so that you can fit in a decent stereo.