Here at Go Nissan North we’ve pitted the 2018 Nissan Qashqai against one of its main rivals – the Honda HR-V. Find out which is the superior subcompact SUV!
The world of subcompact SUVs is really heating up with several new entries appearing in just the past year. The 2018 Nissan Qashqai is the new-boy on the block, and has to prove itself against more established rivals like the Honda HR-V. So how does the Qashqai stack up? Go Nissan North in Edmonton, AB breaks it down.
2018 Nissan Qashqai
2018 Honda HR-V
|Engine Type||2.0L 4-cylinder||1.8L 4-cylinder|
|Standard Touchscreen||5.0-inch colour display||5.0-inch colour display|
|Intelligent Around-View Monitor||Available||Not available|
|Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection||Available||Not available|
|Rear Cross Traffic Alert||Available||Not available|
|Heated Steering Wheel||Available||Not available|
|Heated front seats||Standard||Standard|
|Divide-N-Hide Cargo System||Standard||Not Available|
|Total Cargo Space||1730 litres||1665 litres|
In the end, it was a hard-fought battle but the 2018 Nissan Qashqai comes away the clear winner! Not only is the Qashqai less expensive than the HR-V, but it offers more safety features, more cargo space, and a more powerful engine. So if you’re interested in seeing the Qashqai up close and personal, visit our New Vehicle Inventory to find a Qashqai of your very own!