Tell us what you think of your car and you could win a £100 Amazon voucher
20 June 2016

Nissan set the template for the small SUV when it introduced the Nissan Qashqai in 2007. It’s garnered numerous awards since, and the latest version continues to best new rivals three years after its introduction.

The Nissan X-Trail is its bigger, more rugged, seven-seater cousin. When we reviewed it we praised its looks, efficiency and its practicality - and now we want to know what you think. We’re creating a series of videos with Nissan about the details that you think make these cars special.

We’re looking for drivers of the Qashqai (2013 onwards) and X-Trail (2014 onwards) to tell us what each car is like to live with: the details and features that make a difference to you as an owner. Perhaps it’s the AVM, which gives you a top-down view of your car when you park.

Perhaps it’s the feeling of space in the cabin you get thanks to the panoramic moon roof. Perhaps it’s the additional seating, the elevated view of the road, or the car’s performance.

If you have a story to share, please send it to us; for your trouble, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher.

To enter, email liam.maguire@haymarket.com with a maximum of 100 words summing up the key details about your Qashqai or the X-Trail that really make a difference to you. Include your name, phone number and address, and put ‘Nissan owner promo’ in the subject line. We will randomly select a winner - if that’s you, we’ll be in touch.

Entries close at midnight on Sunday June 26, and the prize is a £100 Amazon voucher. Open to UK residents aged 18 and over. No cash alternative, prizes are non-transferable. One entry per person. Full terms upon request, Privacy Policy here. The promoter is Haymarket Media Group, Bridge House, 69 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 3SP. By entering this competition, you give us permission to contact you regarding a promotional video that Haymarket Media Group is producing on behalf of Nissan.

Our Verdict

Nissan Qashqai

Nissan's second crossover album goes platinum, but can a light refresh to the Qashqai and some added extras help it hold off the advances from the Seat Ateca and Skoda Kodiaq

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