Nissan Qashqai Suv 2024
If you’re looking for a family SUV with lots of technology at an affordable price, you should consider the Nissan Qashqai.
It is one of the UK’s most popular cars, even with strong competition from the likes of the Volkswagen Tiguan and Skoda Karoq, and has been awarded highly commended status in the family Values category of the 2024 Car WoW Awards.
The 1.3 liter four cylinder turbocharged petrol unit, introduced in the last facelift of the previous generation, carries over and is again available in 138 or a 150 Fi bhp, but it gains mild hybrid assistance. Nissan Qashqai
This means tall adults fit in without a problem, but they’ll only be moderately comfortable on long journeys.
Nissan Qashqai Interior
The rear seats don’t do anything fancy like recline or slide, and they fold in a 40/ 60 split rather than the more versatile 42,20,40 format, so it makes sense for Nissan to tread carefully with this one. Nissan Qashqa
Indeed, its strategy of making the Aria a pure electric SUV, a completely separate model allows the EV to be a bit bolder, while the Qashqai is a crowd pleaser.
Nissan Qashqai Technology
Entry level Qashqai make do with the old radio system, but higher end cars come with either an eight inch or 12.3-inch infotainment system.
The software itself is a bit clunky compared to the alternatives and can be very slow.
Toyota’s longstanding hybrid system is a similar concept to the CVT, with some using dual clutch gearboxes. Renault a clutchless gearbox and Honda no gearbox at all.
Nissan Qashqai Engine
The Nissan, like the Honda, only uses a 1.5 liter engine to power the battery, while the wheels are driven by a 184 hp electric motor alone, which should bring some EV driving feel to the still reliably gasoline powered vehicle. inside you’ll find that the Nissan Qashqai is just as stylish. Nissan Qashqa
Quality is impressive throughout, but it’s the Tecna plus cars that really stand out, thanks to their luxurious leather upholstery.
The space in the back row of seats is not incredible for any large passenger, but there is enough space to keep children comfortable.
Gear In Nissan Qashqai
Both versions come with a six speed manual gearbox as standard, while a CVT is optional on the higher powered version.
The 156 hp engine is also available with all wheel drive. The mild hybrid system is only twelve v, not 48 v, and can only deliver four LBFT of Torque to the car when accelerating, so its value is more in smoothing out stop start and powering the accessories. Nissan Qashqa
The engine is more sluggish than packing any meaningful torque standing for the existing diesel variants, the epower is a full hybrid that joins the lineup in 2023, allowing Nissan to bridge the gap as more and more manufacturers start offering their own full hybrid models.