Size versus swiftness. What would you choose? The swift factor is strong in the Nissan Qashqai. It’s a zippy little thing, classified as a small SUV but I found it big enough for my family of four.
Oh, and it parks itself into a parallel park. Seriously. All you do is take your hands off the steering wheel and accelerate/brake when necessary. This was the first time I have used it and yes, it was really weird not being in control, but it’s so easy. Just hit the touchscreen and let it do its thing.
It’s also one of my favourite looking cars in this price range, and oozes style from every angle. It’s like popping a celebrity on that ridiculous turning circle on the red carpet on E! - it honestly doesn’t have a bad side. The Qashqai is a logical next step up from a hatchback. If you’re used to a small car zipping about town but need something with more interior space, this car will work well for you.
A Qashqai is a logical next step up from a hatchback. If you're used to a small car zipping about town but need something slightly bigger, this car will work well for you.
Watch the video for the full review on how the Qashqai did over a week of family driving.