Nissan Qashqai 360

7 Jan, 2013 9:00am Chris Ebbs

Nissan has added a new trim level to its Qashqai line-up, with new technology and more style

Nissan has added a new trim to the Qashqai line-up. The Qashqai 360 model replaces the current n-tec+ specification - which sits between Acenta and Tekna models - and comes with a whole host of new technology and added kit.

One of the main additions is the 360 Around View Monitor System, which is linked to the sat-nav screen and gives an all-round view of the car from four cameras to make parking the Qashqai that little bit easier.

Other extra features include part-leather trim, gloss black roof rails, 18-inch alloy wheels, gloss black door handles, a panoramic glass roof and a leather armrest.

Despite the extra kit, prices start from the same as the outgoing n-tec+ model at £19,995. With the n-tec+ accounting for 60 per cent of sales, Nissan is expecting the 360 to continue as the best-selling model in the line-up.

The Qashqai 360 trim is on sale now and is available across the Qashqai and Qashqai+2 range, including all engine and gearbox options.