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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Aug 2020.
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(launched 2014, facelifted Sep-2017)

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1.2 DIG-T Lite (A)
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17.9km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with Manual mode
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17.9km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with Manual mode
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14.5km/L 142 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with Manual mode
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14.5km/L 142 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with Manual mode
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1.2 DIG-T Lite (A)

Facelifted on Sep-2017

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17.8km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with manual mode
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1.2 DIG-T Premium (A)

Facelifted on Sep-2017

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17.8km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with manual mode
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17.9km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with Manual mode
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2.0 Premium Black Interior (A)

Facelifted on Sep-2017

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14.4km/L 142 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with manual mode
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2.0 Premium Plum Interior (A)

Facelifted on Sep-2017

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14.4km/L 142 bhp 7-speed (A) Xtronic CVT with manual mode
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Nissan Qashqai
4 stars - based on 60 reviews
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The Nissan Qashqai was facelifted on Oct 2017.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
60 Consumer Reviews

 
Best family SUV within its Class `
Bought the Qashqai 2.0 after 16 yrs of continental ride. Have to say that I am very impressed with the car. The car drives well, with decent 2.0 NA power. Most importantly the car is very well insulated. It is extremely quiet. I can safely say that it is better insulated compared my previous Golf GT, Volvo S40, Jetta GLI, Alfa159 and Merc A180. As for FC, I will say that it's at the normal range of 10km/L. Overall I feel that it's one of the best family SUV money can get within its similar class.
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My first SUV `
I used to own the pre-facelift Qashqai but I had decided to upgrade to a bigger SUV as I found the car rather small and under-powered for my liking. I was drawn to the exterior design and lines of the Qashqai a year after it was launched. Having driven the Sunny way back in 2000, I found that Nissan had made good progress over the years, so decided to sign on the dotted line. What attracted me too, was that it came turbo-charged at 1.2L, so I ended up paying much less road tax for a car that is almost at 1.8L size. I drove it to Malacca and back within 1 day and I was quite impressed with its ability to cruise and its fuel economy. The high driving position and rather cossetting interior made driving along the NS highway a breeze if you go at about 110 - 130 km. The doors closed with a reassuring thud (unlike typical Jap cars) and the car feels real solid and heavy. Daily driving, however was much less ideal. The engine felt under-powered, even though the turbo kicked in at 1750 rpm to pull it along. At about 3500+ rpm it ran out of grunt quickly. I must have used the Eco mode only once in my four years of ownership - a bicycle probably can outrun a Qashqai set in eco mode. The CVT gearbox was another of my bugbear with this car. While it tried to mimic a traditional 6-speed autobox, the shifts were rather unnatural, and often, I found the car seemed to be in a wrong gear (whereas technically it shouldn't cos it a CVT!). Other than its mechanical aspects, I had little complaints about its interior. There were plenty of buttons and functions for you to play around with. The only downside was that it had no Android auto or Apple Carplay for the pre-facelift version. Also, it did not come with an auto tailgate. I got really tired opening and closing the tailgate manually, especially when you have bags/boxes to carry and are trying to get it to open or close with your hands full. Maintenance wise, I did not expect it to cost as much as the X-Trail. I was also doubtful of the mechanical reliability of the engine and CVT gearbox.
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Not really a JAPANESE Nissan. `
Many people would be shock that this car is Made in U.K. Yes quite a CONTI not very nihon car. U get a left side signal like any other CONTI. Come with a 1.2Litre Turbocharged Renault made Engine mated with a Nissan XCVT transmission. Was my 5th car and the generation that i crossover to a much more technology car that come with ITC(Intelligent Trace Control) IRC(Interlligent Ride Control) IEB(Interlligent Engine Brake) The best is ITC trace control, many people would be amaze that the first time when u test drive, the nissan salesman would tell u to accelerate during a hard bend instead of applying brakes. 4 brakes will work together and make sure u feel almost zero body roll or either way of saying that u wont feel that your car is flying side ways when approaching bend. In all variant it comes with Electric hill control/hill assist, which i think is very helpful. The GPS in this car is pretty accurate too. Full loads of technologies At this price i would say pretty smart car and it comes with almost full features pretty overall car from point A to B car. There is many aftermarket mode u can try like Reflash or piggyback, so that your car wont feel sluggish after traffic light turn green.
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Good but disappointment `
My email to Nissan explain it all Well, My family used to own most of the Nissan model from Sunny, Cefiro to Sylphy, all with no issue except wear and tear. This Qashqai model I'm driving have been giving me so much problem, went in and out of Tan Chong Service Center often and they are unable to discover the root cause which disappointed me so much. Nissan had no idea whether the problem lies in the Gearbox or whatever - My rpm fluctuate during cruising and your staff concluded that there is no issue and asked me to come back Tan Chong again when issue arises. Hello, the issue was there all along, you never rectify and resolve it yet you are telling me that there isn't any issue? Did you test drive it after checking? I have sent my car in from warranty period till now and that the warrant is currently out of warranty yet no one can rectify the root cause. This CVT gearbox of Nissan has a well known problem among the owner yet all I received from the staff was that there is no issue and that there is a no need to resolve it. Issue is not being rectified and what's worst was my time and money was wasted. Car seat noise- during warranty period the SA told me this problem can't be resolved but after warranty period another SA told me that they able to change the frame for $1k+. This is also another well known problem among Qashqai owner! Dashboard vibration - Tester said finisher problem and can't be solve. Nissan quality? I think Kia Picanto has a better finisher. We paid so much for a car that gave us so much problem and yet Nissan can tell us that you can't solve the issue?! This is a Nissan not a Chery QQ! This is totally unacceptable. I'm going to sell it and this is gonna be my last Nissan.
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