Nissan introduces the all-new Nissan Qashqai with new modifications and modern technology. Nissan unveiled the crossover in 2007 as they were the first automotive brand to introduce the crossover as a segment in the market.
It provides the practicality of an SUV and the compactness of a hatchback, with a host of safety features and technologies that ensure drivers and passengers will be safe during their travels.
The latest design boasts a futuristic exterior, advanced technologies, and a modern-refreshed interior. Its cockpit has been intuitively designed for ease of use and allows for comfort and control – with increased lumbar support and ergonomically designed seats. The all-new Qashqai 1.3 T Acenta plus CVT variant comes with massage seats at the top of the range.
The cargo capacity is now 504 litres and can increase up to 1593 litres by folding the rear seats.
The Nissan Intelligent mobility features that the new Qashqai comes with are impeccable. It scans the road to ensure that you, your passengers and other road users are safe.
The Intelligent cruise control measures the distance from the vehicle ahead and controls acceleration and deceleration to maintain a suitable following distance within your set speed.
The predictive collision warning looks out for up to two vehicles in front of you. When the system detects a sudden deceleration ahead, it gives you an audible and visual alert to slow down.
The emergency lane-keeping assist helps you avoid unintentional lane departure. It keeps you centred in the lane by either steering wheel action or braking in an emergency.
The forward emergency brake monitors the surrounding area in front of the car for vehicles and pedestrians, helping avoid or reduce damage caused by collisions.
It is safe to say that the all-new Nissan Qashqai has been reinvented, and it is here to take control of the crossover segment once more.