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Model version 2020? Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T Acenta Premium

Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T Acenta Premium

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months Was£206.52 £202.21
36 months Was£182.35 £179.01
48 months Was£187.87 £185.60
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Model version 2020? Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium Auto *Incl. Metallic Paint*

Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium Auto *Incl. Metallic Paint*

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months Was£228.03 £210.82
36 months Was£213.48 £207.92
48 months Was£205.98 £204.85
Model version 2020? Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta (Glass Roof Pack)

Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta (Glass Roof Pack)

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months Was£258.16 £253.85
36 months £207.92
48 months £204.85
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Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T Tekna

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months £283.97
36 months £247.96
48 months £236.55
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Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T N-Motion

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months £275.37
36 months £234.62
48 months £222.96
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Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T 160 N-Connecta Auto Glass Roof

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months £260.30
36 months £241.29
48 months £229.75
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Nissan Qashqai

1.3 DiG-T 160 N-Motion Auto

Personal price per month Incl VAT
24 months £332.39
36 months £261.31
48 months £246.74

Why Lease The Qashqai?

Photo of Martin Gurdon by: Martin Gurdon

Martin Gurdon is a freelance motoring journalist, writing for the Sunday Telegraph, Evening Standard and Diesel Car magazine.

The big-selling Nissan Qashqai mid-sized sports utility is market-defining family car, virtually creating the sector it now dominates.

It certainly gets the thumbs up from Nationwide Vehicle Contracts' customers who give it a rating of 4.3 stars out of five. They particularly like the high seating position, interior practicality and generous standard safety and convenience features with "Excellent family vehicle. Very practical with good running costs" as a typical comment.

Practicality

Being a tall car with big doors, entry and exit is easy. Once inside the seats are well shaped and comfortable. There’s room for a trio of adults in the back, with good leg and shoulder room. Rear headroom is generally fine, although if a panoramic glass sunroof is specified very tall people’s heads might brush its frame.

Boot space with the rear seats in place is 419 litres. Fold forward the split rear seats and this rises to 1,569 litres – and on car’s that do without premium sound systems, there’s a little more boot space overall. The boot floor is quite high for lifting in heavy shopping bags, but there isn’t a lip, items can be slid straight in to this uncluttered area, and there’s more space under a clever false floor. Interior oddments storage space is good, with a decent sized glove box and centre console which has power and USB sockets. There are reasonably spacious door pockets and enough cup holders for a family of four.

Interior

The Qashqai range starts with the entry level Visia. Other spec levels are Accenta Preimium, N-Connecta and Tekna and Tekna+. All but the Visia get Nissan’s semi-autonomous ProPILOT cruise control that maintains distance and will brake and even stop the car if other vehicles come to a halt. Some models can self park. We found the processes needed to make this work a little fiddly, but familiarity would probably make this feature straightforward to use.

Other features include front and rear parking sensors, traffic sign recognition, driver alertness monitoring, a very useful 360-degree parking camera, lane departure warning, duel zone climate control and an intelligent key/push button starting system. Exact specifications will vary depending on the model and equipment packs selected, but the Qashqai’s comprehensive features list has won it many friends. As one Nationwide Vehicle Contracts’ client put it: "Lovely car, fantastic spec."

There isn’t a great deal to say about the controls and instruments, which are straightforward to use and well placed. The central touch screen is flanked by a selection of rectangular buttons, and is perhaps starting to look a little dated, but there’s nothing wrong with the way it actually works.

What's it like to drive?

The engine range has been simplified over the years. There’s a 1.3 turbo petrol with two power outputs together with 1.5 and 1.7 diesels, but hybrid drive isn’t an option. Transmission-wise there are six-speed manuals and seven-sped automatics with paddle shift controls.

Our test car was a petrol turbo 1.3 in Tekna guise. One Nationwide Vehicle Contracts customer leasing a Tekna+ spec Qashqai with the same power unit described it as having "a very comfortable to drive and the 1.3T engine is a big improvement over the previous 1.2T, it has all the power the Qashqai needs." We wouldn’t argue.

Certainly with its 123mph top speed and 9.9 seconds 0-62 time, our 1.3 petrol Qashqai’s real world performance was fine. The engine pulled well, was pretty refined under acceleration and quiet and relaxed at speed. The seven-speed self-changing transmission did its stuff smoothly and without fuss. It responded quickly if the steering wheel paddles were used.

Nissan claims a combined fuel consumption of around 40mpg, and our test car emitted 131 grams of C02 per kilometre.

It’s a biggish, upright car, but wind noise is well suppressed. The ride is pliant and pretty well controlled. The old Qashqai felt a bit bouncy and fidgety, but the current one is more composed. The car is actually very pleasant to drive, with tidy, light and accurate steering. Cornering at speed will result in some lean, but the car faithfully goes where it’s pointed and is not unduly upset by poor road surfaces.

Verdict

The British-made Qashqai has been a huge sales success, and has become Nissan’s most successful European model ever. Although it’s now one of the oldest cars in its class it still has a long list of qualities, from a generous spec list with some excellent safety gear, a flexible, spacious interior, plenty of thoughtful design touches and nice driving characteristics. It’s a very easy car to live with. In fact, the Qashqai is a good example of user friendliness on wheels.

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4.2 out of 5

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4.9 out of 5
Mark Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T Tekna *Incl. Metallic Paint*

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5.0 out of 5
Louise Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T Acenta Premium *Incl. Pearl Paint*

The car as a whole is a good size for a family. The boot space is more than adequate. It is nice to drive, easy to park as not too big and suits the daily routine,

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5.0 out of 5
Robin Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi N-Connecta (Glass Roof Pack)

Our first time of leasing we are so pleased with everything with the car and how we have been kept informed of everything as and when necessary . Really impressed

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