2024 Nissan Qashqai goes on sale from £30,135

Inside, the computers underpinning the Qashqai’s digital interfaces have been significantly upgraded to boost graphic quality and processing times.

New Nissan Qashqai interior

The infotainment’s computer is now said to be several times more powerful, enabling a move to Google’s Android Auto operating system on higher trim levels. That means certain apps can run natively on the system and can be displayed across the instrument panel.

The Qashqai’s security system has been boosted too. The Nissan Connect app now provides live tracking of the car’s location and can be used to alert Nissan, insurers and the authorities if the car is stolen.

Nissan also offers remote immobilisation via an optional subscription, allowing a call centre to co-ordinate with police to halt a car on the move.

The key reason for the crossover’s higher starting price is the dropping of the entry-level Visia trim.As a result, the updated Qashqai opens at £30,135 in Acentra Premium trim, rising to £32,305 for N-Connecta.

A new trim level called N-Design, adding swathes of Alcantara inside, has been launched and sits alongside Tekna: both are priced at £34,845. The line-up tops out with Tekna+ at £38,875. 

For buyers choosing e-Power, pricing at all levels is increased by £1975.

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