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Is £19,000 for a used crossover a high asking price?

I'm about to purchase a 2018 Nissan Qashqai from a Nissan dealership for £19,000. I feel this is a bit high as it has 28,000 miles on the clock. I've also read a few mixed reviews on this model and want to check that I'm getting value for money and not buying a problem car.

Asked on 17 June 2021 by Ann Armstrong

Answered by Andrew Brady
A Qashqai is a popular crossover SUV and it wouldn't be a bad purchase, although it's not without its issues:

Values for all used cars are strong at the moment. This should give you an idea of whether the particular example you're looking at is overpriced:

As an alternative, we'd recommend a Peugeot 3008 or Skoda Karoq.
Tags: crossovers
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