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This summer, the seven-seat version of the Nissan Qashqai will make its debut at the London Motor Show, which starts on July 23. This comes after the Qashqai was a huge success for Nissan, with more than 170,000 units sold so far (Nissan also had to re-arrange worldwide production to meet the demand for the crossover, as we’ve reported here). The… …read the full post

Launched in Europe in March, at the end of November, Nissan sold its 100,000th European Qashqai. Because of its succes and the fact that the Sunderland plant wasn’t enough to cope with the European demand, Nissan had to increase the Qashqai production at the Kyoto plant in Japan. According to Nissan, the best selling markets where the UK (17,554… …read the full post

Nissan launched the Dualis, their latest midsize crossover, in Japan. Known in Europe as Qashqai, the Dualis will be available with a DOHC 2.0-liter inline-4 engine that delivers 140 hp and with prices from $16,080 to $19,970. Nissan hopes to sell about 24,000 Dualis crossovers in Japan (which is a small number, considering their target for Europe… …read the full post