The Nissan Qashqai is one of the best SUVs currently on the market, making it one of the most popular cars in its sector. The Qashqai’s hook is that it scores well across the board, even though rivals may beat it for practicality or looks, the Qashqai is consistently strong by every measure. The Nissan Qashqai is a great all-round SUV, and has even won AutoTrader's 2020 Best Car for City Driving, beating out the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf.
Nissan Qashqai insurance group
Your car’s ‘insurance group’ has a bearing on how much you will be charged for your insurance policy. Insurance groups run from 1 to 50, and generally speaking, cars in higher insurance groups cost more to insure.
The Nissan Qashqai falls into a range of insurance groups. At the lower end, the basic 1.2 DiG-T Visia (Smart Vision Pack) 5d comes in as low as group 13, whereas the Tekna 1.3 DIG-T 160 5d is rated up at group 20.
How much does it cost to insure a Nissan Qashqai?
We've calculated some examples of what you might pay to insure a Nissan Qashqai, based on two driver profiles:
|Driver type||Potential annual insurance cost|
|Aged 18-25; 1 year NCB*||From £688**|
|Aged 25+; 5+ year NCB*||From £165**|
*Both controlled for the following criteria: full UK license, employed, no convictions, no health issues, voluntary excess £250, mileage 10k.
**Please note that the estimated premium prices provided above are not guaranteed prices and are based on November 2020 data received from our insurance partner Quotezone.co.uk. There are various other factors/risks that will impact the cost of your insurance policy including (but not limited to): engine size/type, Postcode and the type/level of cover you require. Your actual premium will be dependent on your individual circumstances.
Nissan Qashqai models
Nissan currently sell the following Qashqai models brand new:
- Acenta Premium (£23,550)
- N-Connecta (£25,425)
- N-Motion (£27,470)
Each model also has sub-variants, all coming in 6-speed 140PS and 7-speed 160PS versions.
Nissan Qashqai v Nissan Juke
The Qashqai and Juke are both incredibly popular models from Nissan. The Qashqai is Nissan’s fastest selling car in its history, whereas the Juke has sold ten times the volume that was initially predicted. But how do these two stack up against each other?
- Styling - This comes down to your individual taste. The Juke looks distinctive and powerful for its small size, whereas the Qashqai is subtle and more refined.
- Inside the cabin - Both have a fair amount of space and are solidly built, but the Qashqai is slightly more comfortable on the inside.
- Driving - Both cars perform well on the road, The Qashqai’s suspension gives it an edge on bumpy British roads, but the Juke performs just fine too.
- Safety - Both cars are strong on the safety front, keeping you and your family well-protected.
- Equipment - The Juke beats the Qashqai at entry level, coming with many features as standard that the Qashqai does not. However, for most models, the Qashqai wins overall.
Nissan Qashqai boot space
The Qashqai is a great choice for those who have larger families. Not only does the Qashqai +2 seat seven, but it has an impressive 430 litres of boot space. It’s rear doors open wider, making it more accessible, and the rear seats can fold down to expand the boot space to a whopping 1598 litres in total.
How to get cheap Nissan Qashqai insurance
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