There is a lot of reason to like the latest Nissan Qashqai and among them is probably with the fact that the car is built in the Great Britain. Like how it was with the previous model, the all-new Qashqai has been selling like hotcakes when it made its debut.
The new Qashqai has a new measurement which sees it coming with a taller driving height. Nissan has also added roof rails and black plastic trim to give it an off-roader look. We also like how the Qashqai now comes with LED running lights and LED tail-lamps. It simply made the vehicle looking more beautiful than ever.
Inside the vehicle, the Qashqai failed to impress as it comes with a dull design. Nissan attempt to offer a sporty feel made the Qashqai looks worse inside and we don’t like how the colourful lights on the dials work. Also, the space for the interior is small and defies all logic of physics. After all, how can a large structured Qashqai feels small inside?
Of course, there is no need to complain much about the Qashqai as all is forgiven once the vehicle is ignited. The 1.5L dCi turbocharged engine revs so smoothly and the six-speed gearbox paired to it sums up a great performance.
For an affordable crossover, the Qashqai certainly impress when it manage to accelerate from 0-62mpg in 9.1 seconds. The Qashqai also handles itself well with little body rolls to speak of.
In short, there isn’t anything more awesome for a compact crossover than the Nissan Qashqai. The vehicle is affordable, stylish and cheap to run too. To complete the package, the Qashqai returns an average fuel consumption of 74.3mpg.