Nissan’s fresh take on the compact SUV segment is loaded with features and wears a killer price tag.
Nissan’s 8.0-inch touchscreen is easy to get accustomed to and, though it’s a bit slow in its operation, the touch sensitivity is rather good. While there aren’t physical buttons, touchsensitive shortcuts on the left of the screen let you control volume, power and the camera; not ideal when on the move. Sound quality from the JBL speakers is good, if a bit lacking in bass. The tweeters are placed at the edge of the dashboard where it meets the base of the windscreen, hence the sound quality isn’t as crisp or as immersive as it could have been.