Used Nissan Qashqais from 6k

* Great used examples of the popular Nissan Qashqai * A number of versions available * What Car?'s Approved Used scheme offers peace of mind...

Used Nissan Qashqais from 6k

The latest Nissan Qashqai has just made its global debut. Nissan is hoping that it will be able to replicate the huge success enjoyed by the first-generation car, which took the market by storm when it was released in 2006. Ever since, it's been one of the most popular new cars in the UK.

Buyers enjoy the raised driving position, generous levels of equipment and the wide choice of engines and drivetrains available.

There are over 400 approved used examples in the What Car? classifieds. Here's our pick of the bunch:

Nissan Qashqai 1.6 Acenta

This 1.6-litre petrol Acenta model from 2007 is great value at £5988. You get a lot of car for your money. The petrol engine is refined and capable, while Acenta trim comes with climate control, Bluetooth and cruise control. This version is on an 07-plate and has done 72,000 miles.

Nissan Qashqai 2.0 dCi Acenta

Most buyers choose diesel power for their Qashqai. The cheapest diesel in the classifieds is this 2.0 dCi Acenta from 2007. It's got 72,000 miles on the clock and a generous specification. It should prove cheap to run, averaging 42.8mpg.

Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta

Nissan face-lifted the Qashqai in 2010, giving it a fresh front end and an improved interior with more sound-proofing. This 1.5-litre diesel model is our pick of the range. This car comes in Acenta trim and has covered just 30,000 miles. It's also a bargain at £9979.

Nissan Qashqai 2.0 dCi N-tec 4WD auto

Though front-wheel drive was the most popular option for most Qashqais, there was the option of four-wheel drive for those who needed their Qashqai to go off-road. If that's what you're after, here is a 2010 example with the 2.0-litre diesel engine that's done 40,000 miles. It's yours for £14,059.

Visit our Approved Used Cars finder to uncover hundreds of other choices from Trusted Dealers.

By Matthew Burrow