Look at the drastic rethinking of the new VW Tiguan, for example, which has taken time to come around to updating its style.For this new Qashqai, the changes are mostly around the front with a new grille, bonnet and bumper, and a new "boomerang" daytime running light (for those models equipped with LED lights).
While major areas are covered, it's not hugely connected: there's no Apple Car Play or Android Auto, instead opting for Nissan Connect (Google Play, i Tunes), where you'll have to install the app on your phone to enable some connected features on the display.
Up at the new Tekna level, you're looking at Nappa leather seats as standard - and comfortable they are too.
There are newly designed seats for N-Connecta and above, again, with those top trim levels getting more of the luxury stuff, but all the models get a new steering wheel, which is probably the biggest single change on the interior.
There's barely a suburban street that doesn't have a Qashqai, or a pair of Qashqai.
There isn't a school car park or supermarket without a brace of Qashqai.