Car reviews - Nissan - Qashqai - Ti
We put the Nissan Qashqai Ti through its paces for the first long-term review
20 Aug 2018
By TUNG NGUYEN
HERE at GoAuto, we test new cars every week, but with such a quick turnover, it can often be hard to uncover what a car is really like to live with in just seven days.
That’s why we asked Nissan if we could test its new Qashqai Ti small SUV over six months, delving a little deeper into what it is actually like to own one.
As Nissan’s second-best selling model, and one of Australia’s favourites in the booming small SUV segment, the typical Qashqai buyer might be young singles and couples, or a small family looking to upgrade if they’ve outgrown a small hatchback.
Being a bit larger overall than some of its competitors – think the Mazda CX-3, Hyundai Kona, Toyota C-HR and its Juke stablemate – means the Qashqai has a bit more room for rear-seat passengers, as well as a bigger boot for all of your weekend activity gear.
But if you’re wondering how the Qashqai actually fares in day-to-day duties, well, luckily, we’ve got this one on hand to find out.
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Model release date: 1 June 2018
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