Nissan Qashqai Comparison

    The all-new Nissan Qashqai is European-designed and UK-made. The third generation of Nissan’s small SUV staple is a substantial update on its predecessor model.

    It brings an attractive design with the latest in technology, safety and ergonomics. It's set to reposition Nissan Australia's offering in the highly competitive SUV segment as a potential class leader.

    For 2024, the Nissan Qashqai e-Power hybrid is coming to Australia. Along its way to showrooms, it has lost its ST-L variant and will instead be offered exclusively in flagship Ti guise, priced from $51,590 before on-road costs – $4200 more than the petrol Qashqai Ti.

    The rest of the petrol-powered Qashqai range is unchanged for 2024, and will offer the same prices as when it was launched here late last year.

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