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From the A-pillar back the car's chassis is unique, but trim and engine models remain the same as on the standard Qashqai.
The Qashqai+2 has been discontinued to be replaced by the new version of the X-Trail with a seven-seat configuration.
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A new 1.6 dCi engine replaces the previous 2.0 dCi. Peak power is down from 110 kW (148 bhp; 150 PS) to 95 kW (127 bhp; 129 PS), but there's the same 320 N·m (240 lb·ft) of torque, available at 1750 rpm, rather than 2000 rpm. Nissan hasn’t released full performance figures, but says the 1.6 dCi has a quicker 50–80 km/h (31–50 mph) acceleration figure than the 2.0 dCi.
Nissan has also added its Around View Monitor as standard equipment for 360 (Replaces N-tec) versions of the Qashqai and Qashqai +2. The system uses a set of external cameras to create a 360-degree "bird's-eye" view of the car to help with parking manoeuvres. The driver can also focus individually on front, rear or passenger cameras to look out for a particular obstacle.
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The Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) Dualis is offered in 2.0 G, 2.0 S, 2.0 G Four, and 2.0 S Four trim levels. All models are powered by 2.0-litre MR20DE engine matched to 6-speed Xtronic CVT.
- 1.6 L — 85 kW (114 hp) 2WD; 5MT and CVT
- 2.0 L — 105 kW (141 hp) 2WD and 4WD; 6MT and CVT
- 1.6 L — 85 kW (114 hp) 2WD; 5MT
- 2.0 L — 105 kW (141 hp) 2WD with 6MT only; 4WD with 6MT or CVT