The reviews are in. The New Nissan Qashqai has hit the headlines for all the right reasons across the UK media.

As we have previously mentioned here, the Nissan Qashqai has been updated with a complete exterior refresh as well as significant technology updates.

Leading the way with the positive coverage is the title that describes itself as ‘‘Britain’s biggest and best car buyer’s guide’’, What Car?

The magazine ahs praised the new Qashqai as "the year's hottest car" on the cover of its June issue and refers to its launch as "huge news".

Writer Darren Moss explains to readers that Qashqai has been significantly revamped inside and out, with a big upgrade in tech among the changes. He says: ‘‘You won’t struggle to tell the new Qashqai apart from the outgoing model’’ thanks to its more striking front end.

Across a generous six pages in the magazine, Darren reports that new Qashqai’s infotainment system now incorporates Google functionality; on upper trim levels there are ‘‘generous levels of Alcantara suede’’ and he welcomes the retention of physical climate controls – easy to operate on the move.

​Other publications have been equally positive about the launch of new Qashqai

Auto Express focused on the on-board technology stating that the new Qashqai has received the most significant upgrades whilst highlighting the car's much sharper exterior design.

Car magazine said the Qashqai's new look would "strengthen its already firm grip on the compact crossover segment" while Autocar said Qashqai's bold new look would "bring it into line with the electric ARIYA, boost its efficiency and secure its position as one of Europe's most popular cars".

James Fossdyke, writer for Sunday Times Driving, spotlighted the Qashqai's brand new N-Design trim level. He remarked that it "is intended to accentuate the car's shape with a cleaner, sportier look, and comes with bespoke 20-inch alloy wheels."

Carwow described the Qashqai's new design as a "pretty expensive facelift" while This is Money summed things up by focusing on its "bolder exterior design, improved quality interior... and better connectivity thanks to built-in Google."

Fleet and dealer focused publications were keen to have their say too. Fleet World highlighted Qashqai's "revamped and sharper-looking headlights and daytime running lights" while Car Dealer Magazine mentioned its "bold look and improved technology".

So, the reviews are in, and they're overwhelmingly positive. Nissan has taken an already incredibly model in the Nissan Qashqai and made it sleeker, sportier and more user friendly.

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