Owners of 1.2L petrol versions allege they have been left without a vehicle due to major technical issues.
Qashqai owners have accused Nissan of delaying to acknowledge major issues with cars powered by Renault-supplied 1.2-litre DIG-T petrol engines, which were launched in 2014.
Ana Keogh, who paid £28,000 on a brand-new Qashqai in 2015, was left without a car for weeks at a time when her car had three engine rebuilds in only 18 months, according to The Guardian.
The problems began 10 months into Ana's ownership, when she heard a weird noise emanating from the engine.
Nissan fixed the timing chain under warranty, but the noise reappeared a few months later.
Nissan indicated the car needed a new engine, so Ana was left without a vehicle until the engine was acquired and installed.
Only a few weeks later, the sounds reappeared.
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