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2010 Nissan Qashqai facelift

By Blogger on 16 Dec 2009

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Here's a first look at the revised Nissan Qashqai, launched about 3 years ago. Most of the cosmetic changes concern the front end. Such as the hood, bumper, fenders, grille and headlights to give it a more aggressive look.

There are also two new exterior colors, revised tail lights with LED technology, and newly designed 17-inch alloy wheels. Better quality materials can be expected with improved NVH levels. The engine lineup remains unchanged.

I took a look at the Qashqai when it was officially launched by Tan Chong Motors. There was a lack of steering mounted controls back then, which seems abit strange since this feature can be found in much cheaper Korean models. In addition, an extra pair of side airbags wouldn't hurt either. I hope that these points will be addressed when the revised Qashqai makes it's debut in the Lion city.

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Babyt Dec 16 2009 06:03 PM
Swee! Look like my current Qashqai. haha.
Carcuter88 Dec 17 2009 10:27 PM
Seldom see this car on the roads.
Alot of noise made for its launch, but not many people buy.

I'll get the Volkswagen Tiguan over this.
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