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Difficult to choose

Postby ivo_cm » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:25 am

Hello everybody.
I would like to ask for your help.
I´m interested in buying a Qasqhai, and I have two options in this moment.
1st option: 1.5 DCi, 110 hp, manual gear box, from 11/2015, with 9.000 kms.
2nd option: 1.6 DCi, 130 hp, xtronic, from 03/2015, with 39.000 kms

Wich one should I choose? The kms that the car has already is an important issue, or should I give more importance to the fact that is a 1.6dci an xtronic for the same price?

Thanks in advance! I really appreciate your comments urgently.
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Re: Difficult to choose

Postby Daewar » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:10 pm

It realy depends if u like autos, espacially the CVT type that is different to a standard auto
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Re: Difficult to choose

Postby Gel » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:12 pm

Certainly the 1.5 will give you better mileage, and I find the engine power fine. Also a younger car, so longer warranty, and less miles too.
Some members have reported lag issues with the Xtronic versions, but some do get used to the hesitancy.
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Re: Difficult to choose

Postby Bros » Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:45 pm

Agree with Gel, it would be the manual 1.5 for me.
Good mpg, so easy to drive and has plenty of poke.
I love mine

Good luck
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Re: Difficult to choose

Postby sc0rpion » Mon Dec 19, 2016 12:25 pm

I currently got 1.6 dci Xtronic and if I was about to chose again I would go for 1.5 dci in manual.
That cvt gearbox is dated (and that old school looking gear stick, c'mon Nissan this is embarrassing) and 1.6dci mpg is poor in comparison to 1.5dci

ah and one more thing, why there is no shifting paddles like most manufacturers do to quickly go up the shift to help with poor mpg
My average is 43.3 and I am not a heavy foot (sometimes I am)
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