Nissan Reveals Brand New Qashqai Compact SUV for Europe

The story of the Nissan Qashqai's journey in the United States: Although beloved in the U.K. for a decade, the Qashqai faced challenges in gaining popularity as the Rogue Sport in the United States.

Size Matters: The Nissan Kicks' Expansion: With the Nissan Kicks gaining popularity, it seems unlikely that the Qashqai will be reintroduced in the U.S.

Refreshing Beauty: The latest Qashqai refresh showcases a fresh and captivating design that was recently revealed.

The Euro Qashqai features a striking angular design, highlighted by a wide hexagonal grille that draws inspiration from the intricate scales of ancient Japanese armor.

The Qashqai sports a striking appearance with its triangular headlights, comma-shaped LED decorations, and upward-shooting daytime running lights.

This combination gives the vehicle an edgy and fashionable aesthetic. The Qashqai's taillights maintain their shape but-

now feature graphic elements that mirror the design of the headlights, resulting in a unified and cohesive aesthetic.

Introducing the N-Design Trim: This new trim option adds a touch of style with body-colored rear bumpers and eye-catching 20-inch wheels.

Upscale interiors showcase Alcantara accents, stylish patterns on the gear selector, and partially quilted leather seats on top trims, adding a touch of luxury.

Creating the Perfect Atmosphere: The ambient lighting creates a captivating mood inside the vehicle, while the touchscreen provides a clear and accurate view of the front tires.

Let's talk about the power options available for this vehicle. You have the choice between two mild-hybrid options, one with a turbocharged 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine and another-

option called "E-Power" hybrid, which combines a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-three engine with a 188-hp electric motor.

The Qashqai's performance is decent, and the E-Power system is a promising addition to Nissan's U.S. lineup.

Craving the Stylish Streets: The Qashqai's sleek new design would turn heads on American roads.