2014 Nissan Qashqai, 2014 Kia Sportage and the 2014 Honda CR-V only in our comparative test. On this occasion, we present models that are predicted to be on the market in 2014, which will be slightly refreshed.
2014 Nissan Qashqai comes slightly refreshed, but with distinctive lines and better interior. he look of the exterior design will be inspired Hi-Cross Concept.
Considering that almost everyone in the world heard about the Kia Sportage, it is a good indicator of the success of this vehicle, and we have information that new and refreshed version of the vehicle should be included in mid-2014.
This year 2013 Honda CR-V has appeared on the market, and we have already discussed about this model in our posts. However, we expect that 2014 Honda CR-V Mugen will during the next year be on the market.
Under the hood of 2014 Qashqai is a new 113bhp 1.2-liter turbo diesel is set to replace the existing 115bhp 1.6-liter. This will offer improved economy.
The 2014 Sportage will be offered two engine options drivers and two transmission options, and we expect that to continue, although the 2.4L and 2.0L turbo engines are likely to see a boost in power and torque.
The 2014 CR-V does not get any performance upgrades apart from a dual-exhaust system. Handling upgrades come via a sports suspension, as well as big 20-inch wheels and wider tires, housing powerful 4-piston brakes.
The new Qashqai arrives in UK dealers in early 2014, and should be priced from around £17,000. Prices for the new Sportage and the new CR-V has not been released yet so you still can not provide reliable information.