Nissan Qashqai (2012)

  
CARBARN | Nissan Qashqai | we are in japan country, the country will issue a variety of new sports car, one of the propagators of the NISSAN manufacturer, want to know? The following report In line with its Pure Drive strategy, Nissan Continues to innovate to Improve CO2 and fuel economy to deliver no compromise performance, real benefits for consumers. As part of this strategy is introducing a new Nissan Pure Drive version of the top selling Nissan Qashqai equipped with a new state-of-the-art 1.6 DCI engine.



This new engine is the perfect example of Nissan's Pure Drive strategy, Replacing the previous 2.0 DCI with a more efficient engine That not only delivers lower emissions and considerably improved levels of fuel economy but the which offers the same level of performance as the bigger engine. Best of all, Pls coupled with Nissan's Stop / Start system tumble CO2 emissions to just 119 g / km. At the same time, innovative Become New options available on the Nissan Qashqai range, including a new CVT gearbox and, for the first time on a C-segment car, Around View Monitor. The moves underline Will Nissan's leadership of the booming crossover market and keep the Nissan Qashqai one, or even two, steps ahead of its Opposition.



"The new Pure Drive Nissan Qashqai 1.6 DCI, ESPECIALLY with innovative features like Stop / Start System and the Around View Monitor, Will cement our leadership of the crossover segment," he added. The new engine and Stop / Start System has been a joint development with the between Europe and Japan Alliance Partner Renault concentrating on the engine and Nissan perfecting the automatic cut-off system. As a result, Nissan Qashqai models built the between now and December and powered by the new engines have Will not Stop / Start. From January production, however, Stop / Start System Will become a standard feature.



Lowering emissions is a priority at Nissan and it was felt better to Reap the benefits of the DCI engine as soon As We Could, "said Pierre Loing, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan Europe. Nissan's Pure Drive Champion is, naturally, the 100% electric zero emission Nissan LEAF but the recently introduced Nissan Micra DIG-S heads the conventionally-powered cars. Its technically advanced three-cylinder 1.2-liter petrol engine uses direct injection and a supercharger to deliver but brisk performance with excellent fuel economy and CO2 emissions of just 95 g / km. Available on Both the Nissan Qashqai and Qashqai +2 models, the new DCI engine has been jointly developed with Alliance partner Renault.



Its arrival in Qashqai is in line with Nissan's policy of 'penalty-free' engine downsizing: the 1.6-liter direct-injection diesel engines Gives the fuel economy and emissions expected from an engine of its size, but with power and torque figures are anticipated from a 2.0-liter engine. The resulting dynamic performance lifts the latest Nissan Qashqai well above the 1.6-liter class norm: top speed is 190 km / h, with 0-100 km / h taking 10.3 secs. It's a technique inspired by motor racing and seldom seen in modern diesel road car engines.



Stop / Start System is combined with the alternator regeneration, using deceleration energy to charge the battery. The regenerative braking system alone is Responsible for a 3% reduction in CO2 The latest generation of Nissan's continuously variable transmission developed Will be introduced on 1.6-liter 117PS petrol-powered Nissan Qashqai models early 2012. The CVT version will of increase of Qashqai's market coverage. The Nissan Qashqai range Since its launch in March 2007, the Nissan Qashqai has redefined Europe's mid-size hatchback market. Designed and built in Europe, Qashqai - the original Crossover - adopted a genuinely fresh approach to a traditional, conservative sectors of the market and Nissan's bold stance has been a resounding success.



In under five years, the European sales of the Nissan Qashqai and its seven-seat Qashqai +2 sisters have exceeded 1,000,000 units, with more than 80 per cent of sales going to first-time Nissan buyers.  The changes were the resource persons set off by fresh designs of alloy wheel. Mechanically a number of small changes enhanced the vehicle's dynamics still Further. Were the resource persons retuned dampers for improved body control, reduced noise and better bump-thump absorption while the steering feel was also improved.The entry-level 1.6-liter 117PS petrol develops while the 2.0-liter petrol produces 140PS. The entry-level diesel is the 110PS 1.5 DCI, while the 150PS 2.0-liter unit DCI Remains to power the automatic 4WD version only.

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