High mileage Nissan Qashqai, how long will it last?

I have a 2011 2.0-litre petrol Nissan Qashqai with 94,000 miles on the clock, fully serviced by Nissan. How much longer can I expect it to run before I get major problems?

Asked on 5 January 2022 by Mary Clothier

Answered by Dan Powell
If the car is serviced with fresh oil every 12 months or 12,000 miles (whichever comes first) then I see no reason why it shouldn't motor on for another 50,000 miles and/or five years. Obviously, you'll get wear and tear problems as things like the clutch, suspension bushes and exhaust system wear out but these costs will be minor compared to that of buying another car.
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