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New nissan qashqai brochure pdf



Kids are keen for me to get something different this time.

Test drove the hyundai ix35 and kia sportage. Well specced for base model. Had a bit of problem getting in and getting comfortable. Good drive but can't help but feel it is a bit small in the rear. It is the small windows less light etc that gives the impression. Mind you my current car is a galaxy. Regarding the ix35 the dealer said it is iin limited supply because new model is coming out next year.

Saw the mazda cx5 and ford kuga. Pity the mazda is only available in petrol. Both comfortabe to get into. Would have gone for kuga but the titanium spec does not include tinted windows etc and long delivery times.

There is a replacement due at the end of the year, when does your contract end?

I recommend you have a look at the New Renault Scenic, it has loads of Tech and you get a lot of car for your money. Well worth the AP of £595, You get Tech like Keyless Entry, Push Button Start, Cruise Control, Electronic Handbrake, Automatic Lights, Automatic Wipers, TomTom SatNav, the list goes on and on. Great car and I get my new one on 13th October when my present contract expires.

Paul, my car was rear ended last monday. Maybe a write off. Waiting for insurers/motability to make a decision. Nissan Qashqai is a great car but way too popular.

The only other cars I can think of that are on the scheme would be the Honda CR-V and the Skoda Yeti.

All other new Crossovers are a lot smaller, supermini based designs (Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur, Nissan Juke etc)

The only other cars I can think of that are on the scheme would be the Honda CR-V and the Skoda Yeti.

All other new Crossovers are a lot smaller, supermini based designs (Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur, Nissan Juke etc)


VW Tiguan? the SE DSG model is available has tinted glass etc its not on Motability site but is listed on VW site.

The Audi Q3, still available in three different variants, including the auto, again not on motability, but on Audi site.

For clarity the Audi Q3 starts at £1499 and the Tiguan £899

The boot size of the Q3 is 420L and the Tiguan is 470L.

Links to the manufacturers Motability Pricelists.
Audi Brochure (http://www.audi.cocontent/dam/audi/production/PDF/Fleet/Audi_Motability_Scheme.pdf)
VW Brochure (https://dl.dropboxusercontentu/95962814/VW_2013_Q3_motability-brochure.pdf)

Hi Paul The Q3 boot space is 420 litres according to the brochure, but in many reviews on youtube and written around the web they say it's actually 460 litres, This is with the seats up and is much longer with the seats down. So not as small as you assume, just though i'd clarify that in case this car was being viewed by someone on here.

Sorry I was using their website http://www.audi.conew-cars/a3/new-a3/comfort/boot-capacityand misread A3 for Q3.