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New teaser image of next Qashqai released, previewing what Nissan is calling “the most significant car in its modern history”
Lewis Kingston
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4 November 2013

Nissan has released new a teaser image of the 2014 Nissan Qashqai, which is due to be revealed in full on 7 November.

A more deeply sculpted front-end design can be seen in this latest image, as well as more prominent, rounded fog lights lower down. A new light cluster design that appears to incorporate LED DRL units can also be seen.

The manufacturer claims that the new car will “redefine the crossover sector and set new standards across the board”.

It is set to receive a new 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine, improved dynamics and sharp, modern styling.

Previously, the disguised versions of the new model had been spotted undergoing testing in Europe.

Nissan is calling the 2014 Qashqai “the most significant car in its modern history".

Prices are expected to start at less than £20,000.

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Mini2 4 November 2013

Like the concept.

From these pictures, I'm reminded of the original QASHQAI concept car which was a right wacky thing. The Mk1 QASHQAI has indeed been a groundbreaker, top-seller, household name (despite many mispronunciations!). I hope Nissan are able to redefine it again as others have mentioned. The Rangey Evoque might be in a class of its own, but its price is out of reach for the majority, despite its strong sales figures. The QASHQAI has done well because of its excellent spec, good engines, incredible comfort (I've not sat in a car with such comfy seats) and good value, particularly when it was launched.
jonboy4969 4 November 2013

I would like to think that it

I would like to think that it will be significantly less than £20k, after all it is cheaper in nearly every other country than here in the UK, a number of manufacturers have reduced prices of new models, so this should be cheaper, it will have the Juke and Note to compete against in it's own back garden, let alone the brand new c-segment car that will be launched sometime soon (ish)
superstevie 4 November 2013

@unionjack 3rd gen? Think

@unionjack 3rd gen? Think this is only the second generation of Qashqai. Agree that they don't need to redefine it, but they do need to make it top of the class. Cx-5 aside, they're isn't a car in this category that I like.

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