The Qashqai 360 will be available in all engine and chassis configurations
360 replaces the N-tec trim, which accounts for 40 per cent of all Qashqai sales
Around View Monitor creates a virtual bird's-eye view around the car
Nissan has revealed a new ‘360’ trim level for the Nissan Qashqai crossover, which will debut at the Paris motor show. It will replace the best-selling N-tec variant in the model range, which currently makes up 40 per cent of all Qashqai sales.
The 360 trim level will be available on all engine variants in standard models and stretched Qashqai+2 variants.
The 360 features an Around View Monitor (AVM), which uses a number of small cameras to produce an overhead view of the car as it is being parked. Also standard are gloss-black roof rails, 18-inch black alloy wheels and a full panoramic roof with privacy glass. Pearl white paint also joins the list of available colours for the range.
Engines available for the Qashqai 360 include the 1.6 dCi unit which produces 119g/km of CO2 and delivers a claimed 62.8mpg on the combined cycle.