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OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
18 Feb 2015
What we like:
pros
We must admit that Nissan’s designs have become more and more appealing – the Qashqai does look a lot better than its predecessor.
What we dislike:
cons
You’d need a little bit more patience when overtaking with the new HRA2 engine. It could also do with an electric tailgate
cons
but hey
cons
this is after all just an entry-level variant.

It is honestly difficult to find fault with Nissan’s latest baby SUV, considering that beneath its hood lies just a 1.2 litre engine. It lives up to its technological strive for excellence in providing an array of features that are actually useful, and a much more refined plant putting out all the power you need.

With a remarkable fuel economy (of a proclaimed 17.9 km/l), as well as an impressively comfortable ride, you could jolly well say that this would fit the bill for anyone looking for a no-frills, entry-level utility vehicle for the family.

Credits: Story and Photos by Irwin Tan

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