Nissan has updated the Qashqai crossover with new looks, a revised interior and upgraded infotainment. There’s a new front grille and narrow headlights, giving the car a sharper appearance. At the rear, the shape of the bumper also has fresh styling.

Inside, Nissan promises that the latest Qashqai uses a higher standard of materials for a more upmarket feel to the cabin. High-spec N-Design and Tekna+ models boast Alcantara on the dashboard, door inserts and armrests. The infotainment system has been upgraded, with some Google features built in – add in one of the best caravan sat navs and you’ll be ready to go.

Other changes include an improved camera system, which now shows the vehicle’s surroundings from eight viewpoints.

Driver assistance has been enhanced, too. Nissan says that the autonomous emergency braking system has been recalibrated for improved risk detection and quicker reaction times.

Buyers continue to have a choice of mild-hybrid petrol power and Nissan’s e-Power hybrid system. This uses a petrol engine as a generator, with an electric motor powering the wheels. Qashqai e-Power models have emissions as low as 117g/km. At the time of writing, prices and full technical details were to be confirmed.

If you’re unsure about the right type of towing vehicle for your tourer, we debate the pros and cons of hybrid vs plug-in hybrid vs electric to help you settle on the model for you.

  • Price: From £30,000 (est)
  • Kerbweight: 1330-1725kg (est)
  • 85% match: From 1131kg (est)
  • Max towing weight: 1040-1800kg (est)

Interested in a pre-owned Qashqai? See what we made of the 2022 Nissan Qashqai DIG-T 158PS Tekna+ Xtronic when we put it to the test.

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