Nissan has announced the latest addition to its Qashqai range in the shape of the 360.
The manufacturer is expecting the model to become the best-selling crossover yet, sitting between the Acenta and Tekna trims.
The price starts at £19,945 for the five-door version, which features a 1.6, five-speed manual engine. The most expensive model will go on sale for £27,095 under the Qashqai+2 brand and boasts a 2.0 dCi, six-speed auto 4WD setup.
For their money, motorists can expect to receive gloss black roof rails, mirror caps and rear privacy glass, along with 360 badges and 18-inch Onyx alloy wheels on the exterior.
Inside the cabin Nissan’s Connect system with 360-degree around view monitor will help in tight parking situations, while leather seats, aluminium pedals and leather-covered armrests will make the journey all the more comfortable.
Nissan will make the vehicle available in Storm White a pearlescent paint which can be purchased for an extra £500.
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