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NISSAN QASHQAI Hatchback 2007‑2013
107 owner reviews for NISSAN QASHQAI Hatchback 2007‑2013
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NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Acenta 5dr (Review date: 14th June '11)
I took along time to decide upon my next car and finally decided on the Nissan Qashqai. I thankfully had a 1.5d with the added extra of a panoramic roof which made it such a wonderful car to drive and a very pleasent ride for passengers due to the roomy and light interior. Very fuel efficient but doesnt loose speed and has alot of power given the 1.5 d engine.
With kids constantly in and out of the car I needed leg room in the back which this has bags of - the boot is a great size too.
I am very sad to be selling this car (company car frces sale) however, I would not hesitate to buy another one if ever the need arose - I am a true advocate of the qashqai, a fun, roomy, nippy and economical car and a much better alternative to a 4x4!!
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NISSAN QASHQAI 1.6 Tekna 5dr (Review date: 14th June '11)
I absolutely love my Qashqai it is the best car I have ever had.
It is very practical for mums and families as the boot is really large and great for pushchairs or large boxes.
If you are on the small side the Qashqai is great to drive you are really high up in your seat but the car is not too big to drive.
It costs around £65 to fill up which is really good compared to other cars.
Good but thirsty
NISSAN QASHQAI 2.0 dCi Tekna 5dr 4WD (Review date: 7th June '11)
On the positive side, the Qashqai is a very good drive! Despite the high bodyline, there is very little body roll. It is well equipped and very comfortable. The part time 4WD systemseemed to work pretty well in the snows of 2010.
On the negative, the brake discs were consumed in less than 30K. The CD multi changer failed and was subject to a £400 warranty claim. A heat shield fell off the bottom of the car. The keyless entry is pain in the backside most of the time. Fuel consumption is not that good for a modern diesel. I get just over 38mpg with gentle mainly motorway driving.
On the whole, a good car that I would recommend.
This is a fantastic car, i'm sad to see it go.
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.6 Acenta 5dr (Review date: 19th April '11)
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NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Acenta 5dr (Review date: 12th April '11)
The nissan qasqai has been a fantastic car, well built, reliable and economical. The panoramic glass roof has been a really great addition. It has been effortless and enjoyable on a daily basis and always a pleasure to drive. By far one of the best and most capable cars i have ever owned, especially during the unpredictable weather we have had over the last couple of years. I have been the only person in my office to be able to get to work throughout the last couple of winters thanks to the qashqai. The car has always been serviced directly with Nissan and their service has always been to an excellent standard. i would recommend this car to any small family or someone who doesn't want an estate or the cost of a 4x4.
Great Family Car
NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Tekna 5dr (Review date: 1st April '11)
Having owned a VW Golf prior i wanted some thing that could match the safety and reliability.
The Qashqai is great to drive and the 1.5 dci model has a fair amount of pull for a car of its size. Having gone from a 1.9 to this i was expecting a drop but it did not dissapoint. The car is full of great equipment that is really easy to use and well laid out. The only slightly out of placed item is the drivers windows controls which you need t rex arms to opperate.
The car offers loads of room for a family without the extra running cost of a full blown 4x4. It handles corners well and is a pleasure to drive. It feels soid and well build stacked with clear ideads that i use daily.
The bluetooth hands free works really well as does the sat nav both are easy to use and the ipod intergration is fantastic.
This is a first rate family car and i was gald to have made the decision to buy it