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  1. joe mc donald

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    My wife is looking at buying a Nissan Qashqai just wondered if any one had any dealings with the model.
    Joe
     
  2. MightyBoosh

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    My wife's got a 2017 1.5 dci Tekna. Lots of toys, nice interior finish, extremely good on fuel, only thing I don't like is the electrically assisted steering-not power steering in the true sense of the word. Can be a bit snatchy at low speed. She loves it
     
  3. Markus

    Markus Crème de la Crème
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    A friend of mine is driving his second model. He was/is glad with them.
     
  4. andypandy

    andypandy Crème de la Crème

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    One of my sons has a 5 year old diesel model and he's very happy with it. Personally, as they are made by Renault I wouldn't touch one with a barge pole, I wouldn't by any French car. My other son has a Ctroen E4 which I joke about with him but as he leases it, after three years he will just send it back as I reckon it will be more or less worthless by then.
     
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  5. steve lovatt

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    We're on our second one and not had any problems with either. Totally reliable and very comfortable over long journeys including Europe.
    Had a diesel manual and petrol automatic. Earlier petrol models were gutless but newer 1300cc ones are good.
     
  6. MightyBoosh

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    #6 MightyBoosh, Jun 29, 2023
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