Forward-thinking ideas have helped make the current Nissan Qashqai Europe’s most popular SUV, with over 230,000 vehicles sold across the UK and the rest of the continent last year alone. Given the popularity of SUVs right now it’s hard to imagine but when it was originally launched back in 2007 it was the first mainstream SUV available in the UK.
Sleeker and sportier, this new version of the world's favourite urban crossover boasts a range of stunning styling updates. The exterior of the new model has a brand new v-motion grille design with a reshaped bonnet and reprofiled bumpers. The lighting has also been tweaked with a new LED running light design and adaptive beam system. This has helped to improve driver visibility and create a more modern look.
The interior cabin has also had a major facelift with a new premium feel thanks to the new upholstery and exciting fresh user interface on the in-car infotainment system. The family crossover will also feature the same Bose seven-speaker sound system that has proven to be extremely popular with drivers of the current Renault KADJAR.
Innovative Technology That Builds On Strong Foundations
For this generation of Qashqai, the most innovative idea is the ProPilot technology. This new feature takes a huge step forward towards autonomous driving with the technology giving the car the ability to steer, accelerate and brake itself in a single lane of motorway traffic without the need for human input. The brand new Nissan Qashqai SUV also has enhanced safety technology with the new model featuring an upgraded emergency braking system with pedestrian recognition and a rear cross-traffic alert warning system.
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