Power Sliding Glass Moonroof, Remote Engine Start System with Intelligent Climate Control, Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control, Heated Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel, Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, 19″ Aluminum-Alloy Wheels, Intelligent Cruise Control, Nissan Navigation System, 7.0″ Colour Touch-Screen Display, Intelligent Around View Monitor, 8-Way Power Driver’s Seat including 2-Way Lumbar Support, Leather-Appointed Seats, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, 2.0-litre DOHC 4-Cylinder Engine, Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) and ONLY 35,304 KMS
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Qashqai [cash-kai]. Canadians might not be familiar with this moniker, but the Nissan Qashqai has been around for over ten years, selling like hotcakes overseas in Europe. Since then, the Japanese automaker has delivered over three million of these subcompact crossovers to customers who desire a spacious, well-packaged, and affordable means of personal transportation.
So it only makes sense for Nissan to finally introduce it to the Canadian market where the subcompact crossover market has been booming exponentially.
Nissan says the Qashqai offers the best of both worlds between a compact car and a crossover, appealing to customers living the urban lifestyle and want a car that is easy to drive and park, but has all the capability and storage of an SUV. After spending some quality time with the Qashqai in both rural and downtown Montreal, I’d say they’re correct.
The Qashqai is incredibly easy to drive – its small stature, elevated ride height, and excellent outward visibility make it a phenomenal city car. We had no problem navigating through the crowded streets of Old Montreal, dodging rush hour demons and lost jaywalking tourists.
Rogue for the bigger suburban families, and the Qashqai for young city dwellers.
Regardless of which market you fall into, it’s hard not to fall in love with the Qashqai. The audacious tauter looks and aggressive stance had me sold. It’s a handsome vehicle, and probably the best looking on the lot.
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