NISSAN today celebrates a record-breaking milestone as the 500,000th Qashqai rolls off the production line in Sunderland. Achieving the feat in a record-breaking 21 months, Nissan’s pioneering flagship Crossover has become the fastest-ever UK-built vehicle to smash the half million
A DEALERSHIP helped care home pensioners get to Buckingham Palace for tea – by lending them a Nissan Qashqai for the day. Crayford & Abbs Nissan in Holt, Norfolk came to the rescue after hearing how residents at Halsey House in Cromer had been invited to London – but required transport.
THE Nissan Qashqai has been named Best Crossover for the second year running by leading motoring magazine Auto Express. The British-built model again took the title for its overall quality, advanced technology and safety features. It was the fifth major industry honour won by the Qashqai this
NISSAN has been named Most Improved Fleet Manufacturer of the Year at the prestigious Fleet World Honours in London. A panel of expert judges selected the carmaker as their winner following its outstanding performance in 2014. They also named the British-built Nissan Qashqai – one of the
NISSAN dealers are being urged to vote for the Qashqai after the SUV was shortlisted in the 2015 Telegraph Cars Awards. It is one of three contenders in the Best SUV category, facing off against the Land Rover Discovery Sport and Porsche Macan. The national newspaper says: “As relaxing as the
THE all-conquering Nissan Qashqai has been named best mid-sized SUV at the Fleet News Awards 2015. The prestigious award underlines the British-built model’s all-round appeal to fleet operators and company car drivers. In 2014, almost 27,000 Qashqai were registered to fleet customers in the
BRITISH manufacturing was the big winner as the Sunderland-built Nissan Qashqai crossover and Note family hatchback scooped top honours in the 2015 Carbuyer Awards. The multi-award-winning Qashqai – the original crossover – was crowned Best SUV and 4×4 by the influential motoring website,
NISSAN has reinforced its European growth strategy – setting a clear path to become the most desirable Asian brand. Crossover, electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous drive technology are central to this aspiration and Nissan will continue to defend and grow its leadership of these areas.