With two-million of the first generation having found homes around the globe, the Nissan Qashqai has become something of a cash cow for Nissan and the second generation crossover looks set to continue riding that wave, thanks to its crisp new design and advanced technologies on offer.
The new Qashqai has also grown in size, but not too radically, with overall length having been stretched by 49mm and width by 20mm, while height has been reduced by 15mm.
From the front end, the Qashqai bears a strong resemblance to the new X-Trail. All models feature LED daytime driving lights, while posh versions get full LED lighting.
Inside the cabin, occupants can stretch out a little more, with head, shoulder and leg room having been improved and there's 20 litres more luggage space, the boot capable of gulping 430 litres of baggage.