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2017 Nissan Qashqai

Canadian MSRP
$19,998 - $29,498
2017 Nissan Qashqai

Key Specifications for 2017 Nissan Qashqai

Fuel Economy 7.3 - 10.0 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 141 hp
Drivetrain Front-Wheel Drive, All-Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 147 ft-lb
Seats 5
 

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Rare is it that a car makes it to North America with as much fanfare as did the 2017 Nissan Qashqai. I specify “North America” because it’s a crossover (or is it a compact crossover? Don’t they have the Juke for that? And don’t they have the Rogue to fill just the regular “crossover” bill?) that has been available all over the world, and selling in droves in Europe. So much so that Nissan counts 2.5 million examples sold worldwide since 2007. With the massive success of the Rogue in North America – a car that shares so much of its engineering with the Qashqai – it was time to “Qashqai” in on that craze. Thing is, it’s only a “Qashqai” in Canada; in the US, it gets the “Rogue Sport” designation. Obviously, when a nameplate sells as well as “Rogue” does there, you want to ride that wave as much as possible.
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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2019-090
Recall date
2019-02-26
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2017 2018
Manufacturer Recall Number:
PC690
Units Affected:
75,356
Notification Type:
Safety TC
Issue: In certain driving situations, a metal structure like a railroad crossing or overhead sign could cause the Automatic Emergency Braking system (AEB) to activate when it is not needed. If this happens, the system would provide a collision warning. If the driver takes no action, the vehicle could slow suddenly or come to a complete stop. Safety Risk: If the AEB system activates with braking when no potential collision is present, it could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: The company will send a letter to owners to explain this issue. Owners will be informed that a software update is available for the AEB system. This update can be installed at a dealership at no charge to the owner.

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