The third generation Nissan Qashqai is in production. Nissan’s redesigned compact SUV is already under construction at the company’s UK plant. More precisely in Sunderland. The first copies will arrive in dealerships shortly.
Everything is ready to start selling the new Nissan Qashqai in European dealerships. Nissan has launched the third generation of the iconic Japanese SUV.
Nissan’s Sunderland plant required an investment of around 450 million euros to adapt its assembly lines to the new generation of Qahsqai. The car has been refreshed from top to bottom to adapt to the new era of electrification and automation.
The volume of Qashqai units made in Sunderland is so significant that it represents one in five vehicles produced in the UK since its launch nearly a decade and a half ago. Now that serial production of the new Qashqai begins, the accumulated volume exceeds 3.5 million units.
The British plant, with over 7,000 employees, is considered key to Nissan’s position in Europe. Other models are produced there that are no less important for the brand’s lineup. Nissan Juke and Nissan Leaf are also produced at the same facilities.
The new generation of Qashqai will reach dealers before the end of this month in June. Car enthusiasts will be able to choose between Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta, Tekna and Tekna + versions. All available engines are electrified using 12-Volt Hybrid Technology (MHEV).
Later, the range of versions of the model is expanded with the advent of the Qashqai e-Power.
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