The #1 selling crossover is comfortable and practical with a classy interior
Which Qashqai has the best MPG?
1.5 dCi Visia 5dr - 74.3 MPG
What is the starting price for the Qashqai range?
RRP from £18795
Which is the fastest?
1.6 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr - 0-62 MPH in 8.9s
What are the dimensions of a Nissan Qashqai?
The typical size of a Qashqai is 4377mm x 1806mm
What is the lowest Qashqai insurance group?
Nissan Qashqai User Reviews
|18/03/2017 20:03:46 patrick harty " excellent all round "|
|18/03/2017 16:41:22 Steve Irwin " The car could be so good but the engine is right on the edge of being just enough to do the job but nothing more. It sometimes will take an age to accelerate when pulling off. The interior seems to look tired very quickly. There just isn't any excitement but neither is it a major disappointment it just is. The gadgets and tech are good, the radio is dab so good but the sound is ok again it just does the job. So if you want a good size car to get you from A TO B its good but if you want to smile when you get in each time then sorry it just misses the mark. "|
|18/03/2017 14:06:04 Chris Hudson-Cook " I've bought a 2013 Range Rover Evoque last year. Great driving position allows you to see far enough ahead to avoid trouble. Of all the 4 x 4 it's is the most beautiful shape and design and a pleasure to drive. The 2.2 has enough power to overtake when there is enough room safely. When they first came on the market, I thought 'that's a good looking vechicle and still believe that's true today. "|
|18/03/2017 11:32:22 Natasha " This car on paper is the perfect family suv. It has the nissan name, with brilliant safety features (which I will miss when I sell it) such as the lane departure alert, the braking alert if you get too close to the car in front etc. I love the onboard computer system - it shows the street speed limit, and an alert tells you if you've got a tyre which has a slow leak or is flat whilst driving (this has come in very handy!). Bluetooth to connect your phone. The car does look bigger outside than it is inside. If you have 3 kids note that on the back seats you can only fit 2 car seats as it's quite narrow, I have a car seat on each end and my 3rd child has to sit in the middle (and it's still bit of a squeeze). The boot is a decent size to get a pushchair in plus a couple of bags of shopping. Its really smooth to drive. The driving position is great too as high enough to see the road ahead but not too high where you'll need a ladder to get in/out. Thing is it has a Renault engine and that's where it starts to go south. I've only had my car 6 months (its only 2 years old) and it's had to go back to Nissan twice since I've owned it and is due to go back a 3rd time. Issues have been rattling steering wheel, parking sensors randomly going off, stop/start system fault and an ongoing issue with high engine oil consumption (only the stop/start has been fixed) It's a 1.2L and burns ridiculous amounts of oil considering its only driven in the city for under 100miles per week! I'm constantly having to check & top up the oil as it will literally get bone dry. The 1.2l petrol is not good at pulling off esp. at busy junctions, its really slow, there's a delay before the turbo kicks in (the term snail pace springs to mind). You do get good fuel consumption though. Build quality isn't amazing esp if you compare it to (previous cars i've had) vw and audi. The interior is nice though, esp the black gloss trim and the ambient lighting and it feels qood quality but things such as the visible bolts at the bottom of the doors and misalignment to the doors/side bumper strips are not great to see and that's what makes it feel a tad cheap. The external body paneling also feel quite tinny. Overall I do like this car and I'm not in a rush to get rid of it as it does feel safe, however for the issues ive had with it I just wouldn't buy another. "|
|18/03/2017 11:20:18 S Patel " I am very happy to own my car in every way "|