The Nissan Qashqai is reaching the end of its first generation but until then the Japanese company has launched a new version. Its known as the 360 and will be offered as a replacement for the n-tec+ trim variant. It’s positioned between the mid-range Acenta and the range-topping Tekna model. It is available for the standard five-seat model and the seven-seat Qashqai+2 variant. Prices start from 19,945 pounds and is offered as standard with 18-inch alloy wheels, Nissan Connect with the 360-degree monitor system that also has satellite-navigation, Bluetooth and smartphone support. Other equipment includes panoramic roof and a rear privacy glass.
For an extra 500 pounds clients can order the Nissan Qashqai 360 with a new metallic paint called Storm White. This 360 trim level is available with all engines and transmissions, and is being offered with a part-leather trim, gloss black door handles and a leather armrest.
The entry-level model comes with a 1.6-liter gasoline engine producing 116 hp, with the power being sent to the front wheels. If you want the seven-seat model in the 360 guise, prepare to pay at least 21,095 pounds. We should also mention that there are several 360 badges on the car’s exterior body.