Nissan refreshes its Qashqai range with a cool new infotainment system

<i>Image: Motorpress</i>
<i>Image: Motorpress</i>

Nissan's all-new advanced NissanConnect 2.0 infotainment system is now available in all forthcoming Qashqai models.

The focus of this new addition enhances the relationship between car and driver through the seamless and intuitive integration of your smartphone and Qashqai.

Simplicity at a touch

The 7" touch-screen also comprises of a new button layout and comes standard with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as a rear-view camera.

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It features a smooth, intuitive display, redesigned fascia, customizable home-screens and widgets as well as single line search – a new functionality in the navigation system available in Tekna models only.

Nissan Qashqai

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In addition to the infotainment system upgrade, buyers can also make use of Nissan Intelligent Mobility (NIM) functionality, already available on the Tekna derivative.

It includes Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Blind Spot Warning, and Intelligent Cross Traffic Alert.

The Nissan Qashqai 1.2T Tekna CVT combines the smooth drive of the CVT and the luxury of the Tekna grade. It comes with a number of additional NIM features, including Intelligent Around View Monitor, Intelligent Moving Object Detection and On-Board Navigation.

Nissan Qashqai

                                                                           Image: Motorpress

The refreshed range now boasts a stream-lined five model range, with NissanConnect 2.0 and NIM features as standard from the Acenta grade upwards.

Prices for the latest Nissan Qashqai, with NissanConnect 2.0, start from R358 100.

Compiled by: Robin Classen

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