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Carzone Review:

3.7 / 5

The Nissan Qashqai is the car that made small SUVs popular when it was first launched in 2007. The popularity of this segment has grown since with almost every manufacturer offering a small SUV of some shape or form, and the Qashqai continues to be one of the best-selling new cars each year in Ireland. Competition is tighter than ever with the new Hyundai Tucson and Volkswagen Tiguan growing in popularity. Does the Qashqai have what it takes to reign supreme in the small SUV segment for 2017?

  • Sleek styling
  • Pleasant drive
  • Good diesels
  • More stylish rivals
  • Less boot space

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New Nissan Qashqai Range

The second generation Nissan Qashqai is longer and wider than the old model but its styling hasn’t changed significantly. We drove the new high specification SV Premium model which benefits from large 18-inch alloy wheels on the outside for a sportier look. There are 10 different colours to choose from but we think this Pearl White is the best of the lot and goes well with the contrasting black plastic trim.

The latest Qashqai boasts a higher quality interior than the model it replaces, with soft touch plastics and spacious room for front seat passengers. This being the high specification SV Premium model, gains nice features such as black leather upholstery throughout the cabin, heated seats, front and rear parking sensors and Nissan’s Connect system with a seven-inch touch screen display centre stage.

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