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Used Nissan Qashqai (14 - present) review

Nissan Qashqai hatchback (14 - present)
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Which used Nissan Qashqai hatchback should I buy?

All Qashqais, including entry-level Visia trim, come with air conditioning and a USB socket. However, you’ll need to upgrade to Acenta to get dual-zone climate control, alloy wheels and a leather steering wheel, while Acenta Premium (later renamed n-tec, which in 2016 was again replaced by N-Connecta) adds a DAB radio, satellite navigation, parking sensors and a rear parking camera, all accessed via a 7.0in touchscreen.

Top-spec Tekna models include a 360deg parking camera, heated leather seats, LED headlights and 19in alloy wheels.

Due to its popularity, fuel economy and the smoothness of its engine, we’d recommend the 1.5 diesel as the used Qashqai to buy, particularly if you regularly drive on the motorway, where it feels stronger than the 1.2 petrol.

Our favourite Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium/n-tec

 

Nissan Qashqai hatchback (14 - present)

Which used Nissan Qashqai hatchback should I buy?

All Qashqais, including entry-level Visia trim, come with air conditioning and a USB socket. However, you’ll need to upgrade to Acenta to get dual-zone climate control, alloy wheels and a leather steering wheel, while Acenta Premium (later renamed n-tec, which in 2016 was again replaced by N-Connecta) adds a DAB radio, satellite navigation, parking sensors and a rear parking camera, all accessed via a 7.0in touchscreen.

Top-spec Tekna models include a 360deg parking camera, heated leather seats, LED headlights and 19in alloy wheels.

Due to its popularity, fuel economy and the smoothness of its engine, we’d recommend the 1.5 diesel as the used Qashqai to buy, particularly if you regularly drive on the motorway, where it feels stronger than the 1.2 petrol.

Our favourite Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium/n-tec

 

Nissan Qashqai hatchback (14 - present)
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