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There are five engines available across the Qashqai series, the most powerful of the petrol engines is the 2.0-litre which makes 138bhp and has 138Nm of torque and it can sprint from 0-60mph in 10.1 seconds and has a top speed of 121mph. Both the 1.5-litre dCi and 2.0L diesel engines come available with either 2 or 4 wheel drive, the 1.5-litre Qashqai. Although designed like a 4x4 the Nissan has good body control, and copes well with tight bends and the steering feels light, to test drive the Qashqai book at

Running Costs

The most frugal to run is the 1.6-litre diesel engine as it will return 63mpg and it has shockingly low fuel emissions at 119g/km, making its road tax relatively cheap. Even the 1.5-litre petrol engine will make impressive running costs at its Co2 emissions are 145g/km which are much lower than the rival Kia which has 185g/km of emissions and it will only return 31.7mpg compared with the Qashqai’s 45.6mpg. Both cars stand at around the same price as the Qashqai starts at £16,000 with the Sportage coming in at about £500 dearer, however Nissan will come out on top in terms of its running costs.


The Qashqai is available in four trim levels, including extra optional accessories to make for the maximum personalisation. The entry level Visia trim comes with Bluetooth, air conditioning and glovebox cooler and 16" alloy wheels. Going up the ranges the Tekna model has added features of leather seats, xenon headights, keyless unlocking and start, 18" alloys and a panoramic glass roof. Full specs across all four trim levels are in our brochure.