There's a now-simplified choice of four trim levels - 'SE', 'SRi', 'Elite' and 'Ultimate'. So, let's get to the pricing, which is pitched in the £25,500 to £31,000 bracket for mainstream-engined models - pretty much what you'd expect these days for a family-sized Qashqai-class compact Crossover with cutting-edge design. Obviously, you'll pay a bit more for the PHEV variant (now only offered with 2WD), which costs around £35,000 and is only offered with 'SRi' or 'Elite' trim.
'SE' variants feature 17-inch alloy wheels as standard, and come with a seven-inch Pure Panel colour touchscreen and a driver display of the same size. All models come with a DAB audio system, Bluetooth, cruise control, an electric parking brake, electric folding mirrors, front and rear parking sensors and automatic lighting and wipers. Sportier 'SRi' variants upgrade the wheels to 18-inch gloss black alloys, and come with a 12-inch Pure Panel driver display with 10-inch central touchscreen. Also included is a 180-degree rear-view camera, a high gloss black colour-coded roof, roof rails, wheel arch cladding, skid plates and dark tinted windows.
'Elite' variants introduce 19-inch Bi-Colour alloy wheels and additional technology, like LED Matrix automatic front lighting, wireless phone charging, advanced park assist, side blind spot alert, keyless entry and a power tailgate. Range-topping 'Ultimate' variants add Alcantara upholstery and a 360 degree camera.