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It’s got a bigger body, a new turbocharger, and hosts a bunch of new equipment. You’d think that all of those upgrades would help raise the bar.
The new Nissan Qashqai is still a small SUV, but it’s bigger than ever.
Stretched in every direction, the new Qashqai now offers more interior space, but is still categorised as a small SUV. Riding on a bigger body with a new turbocharged engine, the five-seater now also comes with more equipment than ever before.
The 2023 model instantly feels more athletic and alert than the previous edition - something that adds to its driving enjoyment and liveability. Steering is crisp and is surefooted through corners, but it’s also light and relaxed, making for easy everyday running.
The new Qashqai is a more compelling small SUV proposition – and one that is no longer that small.
Indeed, its additional dimensions will suffice for some small families, but it’s playing in a competitive sector of the market, so adds to the ‘better options’ shortlist rather than setting a new benchmark.