Used Nissan Qashqai Cars For Sale

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Our stock of used Nissan Qashqai come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

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Nissan wasn’t so much ahead of the curve as way down the next straight when it launched the Qashqai back in 2007– the compact SUV predicted the crossover boom and remains incredibly popular to this day, usually outselling all other crossovers in the UK. That’s no mean feat given the competition.

The secret to the Qashqai’s success is the raised seating position and ride height that’s the must-have these days, plus space for all the family and your knick-knacks, a comfortable ride, sharp design and frugal engines. The fact that it’s incredible value for money and is designed, engineered and built in the UK just seals the deal.

Whether you want petrol or diesel, two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, or a manual or automatic gearbox, the Qashqai is a stylish but unpretentious choice that’ll slot as easily into your lifestyle as it does into parking spaces. An extensive facelift in 2017 introduced some welcome improvements too, and – good news – there are no pre-facelift models in the Motorpoint network.

Motorpoint has a great choice of Nissan Qashqais, so why not read on to learn more, then search for your dream used example?

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Nissan Qashqai Engine Options

Four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines are available, but there are no hybrids. When the Qashqai range was facelifted in 2017, the smallest engine was the 1.2 litre petrol, which was later replaced by the 1.3-litre DIG-T turbo petrol in two states of tune. You’ll also find a choice of three diesels – a 1.5 CDi and a 1.6 CDI, with the latter replaced by the more powerful 1.7 CDI in 2019.

Manual and automatic gearboxes are available, with the auto offered on the most powerful petrol and least powerful diesel. While the Qashqai is most popular as a front-wheel drive model, higher-spec examples might be fitted with four-wheel drive, which is available only with the most powerful diesel.


The Qashqai comes in just the one bodystyle, and that’s a five-door compact crossover. The first generation was offered optionally with seven seats, but that’s no longer the case. Your gonna need the bigger Nissan X-Trail if that’s your bag, or perhaps a Land Rover Discovery Sport?

What Are The Different Level Nissan Qashqai Trim Levels?

Entry-level petrol and diesel engines are offered with five levels of equipment, starting with Visia and progressing through Accenta Premium, N-Connecta, Tekna and Tekna+. The more powerful 1.3-litre DIG-T Turbo petrol kicks off with Accenta Premium, while the more powerful diesel starts with N-Connecta.

Even with the entry-level Visia, there’s still cruise control, Bluetooth phone connectivity and USB inputs, and the toys become increasingly generous as you walk up the trims. That includes auto lights/wipers and 17-inch alloys on Accenta Premium, keyless entry/go on N-Connecta, 19-inch alloys and LED headlights on Tekna and luxurious Nappa leather on Tekna+.


If you camp at Apple stores overnight to get your mitts on the latest iPhone, the Qashqai tech offering won’t be for you, but the truth is it delivers enough for most of us, and actually has some pretty trick features on higher specs or with tasty optional extras ticked. You’ll need N-Connecta spec as a minimum to get the seven-inch touchsreen with sat-nav and DAB radio, and if you step up to Tekna there’s useful kit like a blindspot monitor and automatic parking (you do the pedals, it does the steering).

Nissan added a bunch of driver-assistance tech called ProPilot in 2018, which introduced features like adaptive cruise control with traffic-jam assist – select it and a Qashqai with an auto gearbox can glide to a stop in traffic without driver intervention, then move off again. It’s a handy innovation if you commute in stop-start traffic.