When the British-built Nissan Qashqai first went on sale in the UK it introduced an entirely new segment to choose from - the compact, SUV crossover.
Matching SUV-like looks with a practical rear end more reminiscent of an estate, the Qashqai was an instant hit.
In fact, it was so much of a hit it sparked a wave of crossover copycats. But UK sales still put the Qashqai on top in the crossover market thanks to a unique blend of practicality and style.
Available in two- or four-wheel drive, the Qashqai is more of a soft-roader than a workhorse all-terrain vehicle and it is most likely to be seen in cities and on the school run than up mountains...
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