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I can remember standing, staring and loving the Qazana with you at Geneva, and like you I'm super pleased with how it's translated into a production model. I just wish they could have kept the suicide doors - the play on coupe is somewhat lost with the shorter front door: http://bit.ly/bmvPze

Robin Brown

It's a very smart little car, and quite a brave move considering, though I think buyers will love it.

The suicide doors would have been cool - the Meriva manages to get them in after all.

SG Petch Nissan

Totally agree, Nissan admit they shunned conventional methods for a more creative approach for the Juke and it is definitely paying off. It has already far exceeded it's expectations in Japan and it will be interesting to see how the numbers go in America and Europe.

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