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06 Dec
2017

Nissan Qashqai – the ultimate urban experience


 

Match performance with economy

Choosing a car that offers performance to suit your needs, coupled with good fuel efficiency is difficult – but the struggle is over. Introducing the next generation Nissan Qashqai, from only R289 900 and a 6-year/150 000-km warranty and 3-year/90 000-km service plan. This deal is part of Nissan’s festive offerings.

The new Qashqai offers an explosion of innovation with looks to match its performance. The reinvented model uses Pure Drive technology to make driving more environmentally friendly by helping to reduce emissions. Pure Drive allows maximum efficiency while you have fun driving, and driving should be fun, right?

The Qashqai offers a selection of diesel or petrol but keeps the performance to a maximum to make traveling pleasant and quick.

Diesel Powered

The Qashqai’s 1.5dCi engine is a quiet power plant that’s smooth and the most fuel efficient engine ever offered in the Nissan Qashqai range. You can go a step further and choose the powerful 1.6dCi that strikes the perfect balance between performance and economy.

Hands-on Performance

Want to be in full control? The six-speed manual transmission gives you full control of the vehicle’s performance with its satisfying engagement and slick operation.

New Xtronic CVT

The new XTRONIC Continuously Variable Transmission boost the driving pleasure by delivering better acceleration and responsiveness while improving fuel economy. The XTRONIC CVT is available in the 1.6dCi and 1.2 Turbo engines. The choice really lies with you!

When it comes to performance, the new Nissan Qashqai does not fall short of its delivery. Test drive one to experience full control and high-performance urban innovation.

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