Nissan has released powertrain details of the next-generation Qashqai that launches early next year and replaces a model that has been a global success.
Replacing the 1,6-litre naturally aspirated engine is a 1,2-litre turbocharged petrol that will develop 83 kW. It looks set to be the sole petrol option.
Two diesels will make up the rest of the line-up. The current 1,5-litre turbodiesel will soldier on, while Nissan will add a 94 kW 1,6-litre version. The latter option will also be offered with all-wheel drive.
We’ll report on the next-gen Qashqai as the details become available. In the mean time, read a comprehensive review of the current model here.