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What's new for Nissan?

Want a new car but not sure what to get? Help is in hand. Nissan UK has an exciting few years ahead, with some new cars and replacement models expected such as the Nissan Qashqai and the Nissan Juke.

New Nissan Qashqai 2020

The next generation Nissan Qashqai is due in showrooms across the UK in 2020. The Qashqai has undergone a sleek makeover and a complete redesign, at the front is a brand-new more aggressive ‘V motion’ grille and bumper with signature daytime running LED lights. The rear has also been reworked, accompanied by sharper taillights to keep cohesion with the front. Plus, we can’t forget the 10-inch alloy wheels down each side to complete the stunning sporty and modern vibes of the new 4x4. Inside, the technology has been amped up with updates on ProPilot autonomous systems and greater connectivity.

As a result of the brands triumph in the production of electric cars, we are excepting a family of electric cars for Nissan. However, we will sadly be saying goodbye to the production of the pure electric new Qashqai later this year.
The new 4x4 will offer two hybrid forms – one featuring Nissan’s innovative e-Power system, plus plug in power from Mitsubishi. With two hybrid models on the horizon we are likely to see diesel die out in Nissan SUVs. Unfortunately, images are exclusive to AutoExpress so we will have to make do with the current Qashqai model.

New Nissan Juke 2019

Nissan is readying the all new second generation Nissan Juke crossover for launch this year. Currently one of the most distinctive cars on the road, the cars wild look and low running costs was a hit with customers.

Nissan have promised a similar “edgy and less mainstream” look with improvements in infotainment and connectivity technology, and a front grille similar to the latest-generation Nissan LEAF. The high-mounted headlights are here to stay but it will join the latest Nissan face. It will blend its chunky curves with elements of the Nissan Qashqai, so this means it could offer Nissan’s new e-Power alongside regular diesel and petrol engines. A big criticism of the current model was the cramped cabin which the new model is set to fix.

Then cabin is having a major re-design and is likely to improve on quality of fabrics and materials, infotainment display and smart phone connectivity. Plus, you will still be able to customise your new Nissan Juke with a wider range of personalisation options including new colours and finishes.

Engine options include 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol, 1.5 litre diesel and a 1.6 litre turbocharged petrol. The 1.6 engine will top the range, however it is rumoured a hybrid version could be coming very soon.

Unfortunately, images are exclusive to AutoExpress so we will have to make do with the current Qashqai or Juke models. If you don’t want to wait for these new models, click here to get great savings on our new and used car offers.