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Our Fleet Test Drive: Nissan Qashqai+2 - 8th Report

Date: 04 February 2010   |   Author: Tony Rock

Smashed window
Category: Mini-MPV
P11D price: £22,970
Key rival: Vauxhall Zafira

I don't know if it's jealousy, boredom, ignorance, daring, curiosity or just good old stupidity, but some state of mind has led some small-minded individual to mindlessly smash the passenger side window of the Qashqai+2.

If the intention was to cause a major inconvenience then the perpetrator succeeded, because the damage was only noticed in the morning once the kids were lined up on the pavement ready for the nursery school run.

Following a hasty walk to and from the nursery and call to the police to obtain a crime reference number for insurance purposes, I took a chilly drive to work, where I called Autowindscreens. They did a fantastic job fitting a new window, but they warned we'd still be finding bits of shattered glass for weeks to come. They were right.

Nissan Qashqai 2 2.0 dCi Tekna
Claimed combined
Our average consumption35.5mpg
P11D price£24,375
Model price range£16,995-£25,605
CO2 (tax) 188g/km (28%)
BIK 20/40% per month£114/£227
Service interval12,500mls
Insurancegroup 10
Boot space (min/max)130/1520 litres
Engine size/power1995cc/150PS
Top speed/0-62mph118mph/10.9secs
Why we’re running itSuccessful sales tale
means it can't be ignored
PositiveFamily practicality
and driveability
NegativeA bit too pricey
to buy second-hand!