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NISSAN QASHQAI Hatchback 2007‑2013
112 owner reviews for NISSAN QASHQAI Hatchback 2007‑2013
Excellent Family/Disabled Persons Car
NISSAN QASHQAI 2.0 dCi N-Tec 5dr 4WD (Review date: 8th January '12)
We got this car as my wife and son are disabled. It is higher than most cars and roomy making it easy to get in and out of for a disabled person. We also took the 4WD version to allow us to travle in poor weather conditions and also insured it had the built in SatNav as we are often travleing round the country alot.
It has good visability with the rear view camera making parking easy, pretty good performance and good alround safety.
Though we bought the diesl version to save some money on running cost the one thing we have found is that "Urban Route Mastered", as the adverts say, means its MPG is good round town and on short trips, but is uselss on long trips and motorway travel making it expensive to run if you do alot long trips and cheap to run if you do alot short trips.
The only other negative is that the heater takes time to warm up on very cold mornings... other than that, its a very good looking, and very suitable car for families and disabled people who only do short trips.
Great one Nissian
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi  Acenta 5dr (Review date: 10th December '11)
Nissan Qashqai N TEC + white a Dream to drive
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi  N-Tec+ 5dr (Review date: 3rd December '11)
I had Audi A3 and one day we decided to get a SUV or a 4x4 looking car but with the cost of a small car. We narrowed down our search to Ford Kuga and Nissan Qashqai. Had couple of test drives and couldn't believe how good Nissan was to drive. My dealer gave me a good deal and trust me that was the best deal in whole of England. We got a lot of car in what we paid. My wife was still in two minds thinking about going from an Audi to Nissan. We picked the car this past Tuesday and it's has been 4 days and my wife loves the car. It's big, roomy, spacious, it turn heads, it's giving me 59 MPG, Nissan connect it gorgeous, sun roof is spectacular, it drives better than my 4 years old A3. I would recemond this car to every one. This is not just a family car but an all round. Lots of toys to play with and Nissan hasn't compromised with anything. Had to give 5 stars as that's the max I can go.
Fantastic car, gutted its gone to car heaven!!
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.6 Acenta 5dr (Review date: 6th November '11)
Bought this car second hand in august 2009 at 1 year old and just under 10,000 miles on the clock. I loved this car, great value for money, big enough for 2 kids, husband, large dog, luggage and all the kit for camping.
Road tax and insurance reasonable and around £65-£70 to fill up. I am absolutely gutted that it is no more.
Has the feel and look of a 4x4 without the costs.
Spacious, economical and fun to drive, only downside I found was the cost of things like tyres, 2 new ones cost in excess of £300 but this was going back to the dealership, have since found website to buy and fit at half the price.
Regardless I will be purchasing another as soon as insurance pay out.
Mr Richard O connell
NISSAN QASHQAI 2.0 dCi Tekna 5dr (Review date: 11th October '11)
Usually drive an Audi so was hessitant to buy one of these but they looked cool and I had a young baby so I made the plunge
Wow !!! it drives really well, nice bit of torque, the spec was better than my A5 and it was cheaper to run. Really pleased with it and the leather in it is fantastic.
would definitely buy one again only the fact the 3 kids cant fit in the back
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Tekna 5dr (Review date: 4th October '11)
Think of the Qashqai Tekna as a Range Rover that has shrunk in a hot wash and also does 53mpg. It's a handsome car and very high spec. Running costs are excellent, with cheap tax and insurance as well as low fuel bills. It's big inside and comfortable for long journeys. The dealers are good and service costs are ok. In three and a half years my Qashqai hasn't missed a beat and has never felt anything less than a top quality product.
Nissan 1.6 Tekna - Frugal
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.6 Tekna 5dr (Review date: 2nd October '11)
Thisis an excellent car. I got this from Motobility as I have a serious back problem and cannot get into cars low down. Will hold 5 adults easily. Had to have 1 shock absorber replaced since new, nothing else, maby I've been lucky. Driving at a steady pace on a motorway, between 70 - 80 mph, I can easliy get 45mpg, not bad for a petrol engine. The sunglass roof is a godsend, but if left open when parked in sunshine , feels like a greenhouse when you get back. It drives and handles like a dream and I would recommend anyone looking to replace a vehicle, give this one a serious look, it could be the best move you every made.
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Tekna 5dr (Review date: 21st September '11)
had the car three years had new shocks after 6 months but got changed on warrenty .started to get problems as warrenty ran out black smoke on revving and engine management light coming on problem is still ongoing..been serviced regular by main dealer so didn,t expect these problems we go to the coast every weekend and have no problems except the management light coming on as you touch 75 to 80.like the car it is just the problems that are irritating hopefully they will be sorted soon.
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Acenta 5dr (Review date: 10th September '11)
I bought this car initially for business use becuase I needed to have a spacious boot and also for camping gear and ferrying the kids everywhere. It drives great and is very economical to run with and avg 45 mpg. The CO2 emmisions are low so the RFL is low at £123 p.a.
It has a clever way of looking like a 4x4 without being one and is therefore impressive looking.
I have enjoyed driving this car and have never had a single problem with it.
I would reccomend it to anyone who wants an economical mini MPV which is stylish comfotable and will never let you down.