Kadjar to take on the Qashqai
With the Nissan Qashqai crossover selling hand over fist here in Ireland, who wouldn’t want another version of it – this time with a Renault badge.
We’re going to start this review of a Renault by talking about the Nissan Qashqai. When it first appeared in 2007, it introduced us to the whole idea of a crossover. Failing to ever produce a C-segment size hatchback that excited anyone (Sunny or Almera, anyone?), Nissan decided the best way to get people flocking to dealerships was to offer something that looked like an SUV but had all the underpinnings and engines of your...
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