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The Renault Kadjar is a great all-rounder that easily takes on the rest of the family SUV class. The Nissan Qashqai still pips it in a few areas, such as ride quality and interior finish, but the Kadjar fights back with cheaper running costs and much better reliability. We recommend sticking with the entry-level petrol, and going for Iconic trim for a good balance of power and tech at a reasonable price.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Range-topping GT Line trim adds heated front seats, BOSE seven-speaker sound system, emergency brake assist, blind spot warning system and puddle lamps.
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There isn’t a bad engine in the Kadjar range; even the entry-level 138bhp 1.3 petrol is strong enough, feeling particularly gutsy from low revs and delivering its power in a smooth and predictable manner.
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