Nissan adds new model and updates trim grade for Qashqai
1st October 2014
Nissan has updated its multi-award winning Qashqai range with the launch of a brand new n-tec trim plus a new Xtronic DIG-T 115 model. The new n-tec grade replaces Acenta Premium in the Qashqai line-up and is positioned between the existing Acenta and Tekna grades.
It now makes Nissan’s advanced driver and safety technology even more accessible and further enhances the vehicle’s overall value proposition with starting prices for the grade identical to Acenta Premium at £21,700.
Outside, the new n-tec grade features unique 18-inch alloy wheels with a stylish and distinctive black diamond-cut finish. Customers wanting to add even more features can choose an optional n-tec+ trim that include a full-length Panoramic glassroof and roofrails for an additional £550.
Jim Wright, Managing Director at Nissan Motor GB, said: “The Qashqai continues its sales success as it delivers exactly what customers need and want in terms of design, technology, practicality and safety. With the introduction of n-tec and a new automatic DIG-T 115 petrol variant, Nissan is enhancing its value and choice offering of its record-breaking crossover even further.”
To complete the Qashqai range enhancements, Nissan has added a new model in the form of a DIG-T 115 Xtronic featuring a six-speed automatic transmission option for the first time from Acenta upwards. The new model emits just 129g/km and returns 50.4mpg on the combined cycle and costs an additional £1,350 over the equivalent manual variants.