Nissan Qashqai caught looking sleek
The next generation of the not for US consumption Nissan Qashqai has been out doing some testing in southern Europe this week. And, if the dressed in trash bags look is any indication, it’s been doing a lot of roadwork so it can make weight for the big meet the weekend.
Nissan designers haven’t been scared to take big design chances with recent new models, so expectations are that the Qashqai crossover will get a bold new visage for its generational changeover. What we see in these photos indicates a sleeker, slightly trimmer CUV how hermes ever, with no trace of the bug eyed look we captured recently on a testi hermes ng Titan. Diesel powerplants will be in the mix, too hermes , for the compact CUV, and word is that Nismo might get its hands on this Rogue cousin for the first time ever.
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