Nissan Qashqai was launched in mass production in late December 2006. The car was named after the Kachkaev tribe of the Iranian province of Fars. In Australia this car is called the internal Japanese market — Dualis.
The first model of Nissan is fully developed in Europe. The design of the car was created by Nissan Design Europe design group, based in London. The technical part is developed by a division of Nissan Technical Center Europe (NTCE) situated in Cranfield Bedfordshire. First car was presented to the public in 2006 with the holding of the Paris motor show.
In 2010, the Nissan Qashqai had small restyling as for Nissan Qashqai headlights. In appearance it affected form elements in head optics, as well as took a slightly different shape front bumper. The location of the sectors of the brake lights were changed, which are now covered with the transparent elements.
During the restyling they also improved sound insulation. Suspension work was also significantly better. The second generation was presented in London on the 7th of November, 2013. The sales began in January 2014.
Nissan Qashqai LED headlights, LED DRL And Bi-xenon Projector.
Car headlights are an important instrument, the work of which affects the safety of riding at night. After the burnout of bulbs of the low beam of Nissan Qashqai J10 this security falls sharply. Quick burnout may be associated with the illiterate choice of lamp. If its capacity is excess, it can melt off the details of the headlights, and then burn itself. Another common problem is a bad installing of bulbs of the low beam of Nissan Qashqai J10 (2006-2014). Often when you install "halogen bulbs" motorists do not use gloves. As a result, pollution from fingers fall on the glass, which rapidly burn up during the work of headlights, and this, in turn, results in a quick fail of lamps.
Nissan Qashqai HID headlights, And Bi-xenon Projector.
Remember that failure of even one lamp is a malfunction that needs to be fixed immediately. Do not put yourself and other road users at a risk.
If the first cars were installed with lit candles instead of the headlights, now there is no problem with the fact that the headlights may go out from too fast driving lights. Modern cars are usually installed with high-quality halogen bulbs. Many car owners are not too interested in the technical device of the car, but everyone faces a problem of a blown bulb. Of course, the simplest solution is to go to service and replace it, but this service is expensive in the officials, so it is much more economical to change the bulbs yourself.
What kind of light bulbs are used in headlights of the Nissan Qashqai?
When buying light bulbs it is necessary to know that they use lamps of H7 55 watt type for high and low beams. The cartridge is indicated by PX26d. When buying light bulbs it is necessary to know that they use lamps of H7 55 watt type for high and low beams. The cartridge is indicated by PX26d.
For the dimensions it is required a lamp of W5W 5 watt. The same light bulb is used to illuminate the room. The fog headlamps are installed halogen lamps from 35 to 55 W, marked with H8 or H11. Single classic bulbs with P21W mark with a capacity of 21 watts and double-strained bulbs P21W5 are used in the rear clearance and stop signals. Since you are recommended to use LED headlights of the same type, it is necessary to remember that the difference between them lies in the location of the clips.
The service life of these HID headlights is in many times longer than the life of conventional incandescent bulbs. Such lamps have a long life; it mostly depends on the quality and, consequently, the cost. Good halogen lamps can work for several years of continuous operation. In the technical documentation they typically prescribe small terms of service, about a thousand hours of continuous operation and more, in fact the same high-quality halogen bulb can serve for two or three times longer than it is prescribed. Here the complete faulty wiring in the car is also important. Problems with electronics or battery affect the lifetime of the headlights.