Nissan has unveiled its facelifted Qashqai and Qashqai+2, which will be going on sale next March.
Nissan says they have tweaked it for added comfort and responsiveness. They have also added insulation and changed the front window seal to reduce noise and vibration.
Changes on the exterior include a completely revised front end, with a new hood, bumper, wings, grille and headlamps. It looks quite nice, better than the old front end in my opinion.
Also, two new colours have been added to the range, a red and grey. Presumably these are the colours pictured above.
The rear hasn’t been changed much. The only changes are revised light lenses and some aerodynamic tweaks to reduce drag.
There are some new optional alloy wheels available as well.
The interior gets a few tweaks as well. The dials have been changes so that they are easier to read, footwell lights have been added, and there are some new storage areas.
There is also a new, eco-friendly trim level, called Pure Drive. It is powered by a 1.5L diesel engine, which is also available on other Qashqai models. The Pure Drive is lighter and more aerodynamic than other trim levels. It also costs a bit less than the equivalent engined and trimmed standard car.