The ever-popular Qashqai has been given a timely facelift and range update.. Whether for the fun-loving marketing campaigns that have traced its evolution, the middle… Read more →
JOHANNESBURG, Gauteng – Nissan South Africa recently introduced its facelifted Qashqai. Following senior associate editor Ian McLaren’s initial report on the 1,2T Acenta he drove… Read more →
To date, some 30 000 South African owners have had fun pronouncing (and, at times, spelling) the name of Nissan’s current best-selling global vehicle…
Johannesburg – We always see cars of today being filled with technology that supposedly makes them better but rarely do we understand how they actually… Read more →
Once upon a time, there was a car with an unpronounceable name. Eventually, people learnt how to let the name roll off the tongue. But… Read more →
Nissan has just launched the second-generation Qashqai, and following the worldwide success of its predecessor, Nissan has big ambitions for its new compact SUV. “The… Read more →
Last week, Nissan revealed the all-new Qashqai ahead of its on-sale date early in 2014. As its predecessor was one of the pioneers of the… Read more →
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… Read more →
Family life changes the whole equation when deciding on a new vehicle. Suddenly boot and seating capacity become more important than engine capacity. Fast and sleek shapes are traded for van-like utilitarian ones and the fun factor of car ownership disappears. But that is not necessarily the case, especially with cars such as the Qahqai+2 stepping into the fray.
Reports have emerged to suggest that Nissan’s Hi-cross concept will form the design basis for the next-generation Qashqai, while Renault’s next Koleos may no longer use X-Trail underpinnings.