Nissan Qashqai Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Nissan Qashqai reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Updating from a 308
If you're heading down the SUV road then the Qashqai is fine but the new 308 is a ripper car that gets The Tick from me. I would go for either Peugeot option.
Nissan Qashqai ST vs VW Tiguan 118TSi
The Tiguan is getting old and the Qashqai is brand-spanking, the latter also with much better warranty and service back-up. Neither is my favourite in the class but I'd go for the Qashqai.
Holden Captiva: Is it a bad car?
We compare vehicles against their class rivals and the Captiva is well behind its direct competitors in quality, driving and resale value. It is likely to be more costly than a Dualis — now called Qashqai — because, particularly as a Captiva 7, it is bigger and heavier.
Tiguan, Qashqai or Compass?
I would go for the Qashqai ahead of the Tiguan and Compass.
Nissan Qashqai 2014: Ti supply delay?
Nissan spokesman Peter Fadeyev says: "The global and local demand for the Ti and TL has been greater than supplies from the factory in Britain. My colleagues are working really hard to increase supply and we hope to have additional stocks by early next year."
Nissan Qashqai 2014: Are low-profile tyres worth it?
You're right that most people would not feel the difference in grip, more likely in a harsher ride. Lots of dealers would be able to find a Qashqai buyer who wants to swap wheels with a Ti buyer like you.
Nissan Qashqai 2014: Risks with low profile tyres?
Low-profile tyres are more vulnerable to damage and generate more road noise.
Nissan Qashqai 2014: Low-profile tyres?
It's about styling and ultimate grip, aspects that probably don't concern you. Designers save their best work for the larger wheels that come on the higher-priced models, while low-profile generally means better cornering. I'm not generally a fan because of shortcomings in noise and comfort, on SUVs especially.