Nissan Qashqai Leasing
Top 3 Features
It has sharp new looks.
Impressive interior tech on all trims.
It’s spacious yet compact.
Why Lease A Nissan Qashqai?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The new Nissan Qashqai is slightly bigger on the outside and this has added 28mm of rear legroom to an already generously-dimensioned interior. Meanwhile, boot space has grown from 430 litres to a much more impressive 504 litres with the rear seats in place. With them folded, you’ll get access to 860 litres of loadspace. It is worth noting, though, that both the Volkswagen Tiguan and Skoda Karoq offer more boot space.
There is a wireless phone charger in the centre console, and 2 cupholders just ahead of the front armrests. Additional bottles and smaller items can be stored in the sizeable front door pockets. The rear doors have an extremely wide opening angle and front seatback pockets, as well as deep storage compartments in each rear door which cater for the passengers’ storage needs.
The base 138hp 1.3-litre engine as well as the more powerful 156hp motor should both offer around 46mpg on the combined cycle, although official figures have yet to be released. A mild-hybrid system is used on both to reduce emissions and enhance stop-start ability, and is fitted to the 6-speed manual and automatic transmission cars.
A 187hp E-Power model is due for release, too. This model will use a petrol engine to power an electric motor, which in turn will drive the front wheels. No economy figures are available here either, but this should be the trim to opt for if maximum efficiency is required.
High Performance ModelsThe Nissan Qashqai is no road rocket and as such there is no performance variant on offer. The upcoming 187hp E-Power hybrid should offer zippier acceleration than the standard models, but if you want serious pace then this is not the crossover to be looking at.
The Nissan Qashqai Vs Competitors
The Qashqai has 504 litres of boot space with the rear seats up and 860 litres with them down. Not class-leading, but not too far off either.
The Nissan Qashqai is available in Visia, Acenta, Premium, N-Connecta, Premiere Edition, Tekna and Tekna+ trims.
Higher spec trims can be had with all-wheel drive and even the entry-level front-wheel-drive model has enough ground clearance for mild off-road excursions.
The latest Qashqai now offers more rear legroom and additional boot space, while it also has plenty of storage cubbies.
Few rivals in this category offer such a complete package. The Nissan Qashqai may not be the quickest or most spacious crossover-SUV in its class, but it remains one of the best-balanced family-friendly vehicles to lease.
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