The Nissan Qashqai has always been popular among consumers. Since its launch in 2007, it has sold more than two million models. Now Nissan hopes to continue its success with a newly invented Qashqai that has hit the South African market.
South Africans can expect the new Qashqai to come in a five-model range supported by three engine variants and two trim lines. Each model is unique. The range starts with the 1.2T Visia manual, going onto the new 1.2T Acenta and 1.5dCi Acenta and then finished with the two range-topping 1.6dCi Acenta models.
The face of the new Qashqai incorporates a Nissan V-grille, and all models will feature new LED daytime running lights. The SUV stance remains, with raised ride height and black bumper cladding. The Qashqai will boast an improved interior, too. With new seats, new designs and technology, the new car will stir some excitement among Nissan fans.
All new Qashqai models will come with Nissan’s new class-leading 6-year/ 150 000 km warranty and a 5-year/ 90 000 km service plan which includes roadside assistance as standard. Pricing for the new Nissan Qashqai to be announced soon, along with the launch date.