Nissan has launched a new addition to the Qashqai range – the 360. Set to be the best-selling example yet of Nissan’s sector-defining crossover, the 360 sits between the Acenta and Tekna trims, replacing the n-tec+ but offering more equipment for the same £19,945 starting price.
The Japanese expect 360 degree version to be even more popular than the hugely successful n-tec+, which it replaces. The latter accounted for around 60 per cent of Qashqai sales in the UK in 2012.
Just like the n-tec+, the 360 features Nissan’s Connect with 360° Around View Monitor system, which integrates satnav with Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity along with four cameras to give a ‘helicopter view’ when parking.
Standard equipment also includes 18-inch ‘Onyx’ alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and a panoramic roof. Inside, there are a part-leather trim with double white stitching, a gloss black gearlever surround, gloss black door handles and a leather armrest. Gloss black roof rails, door mirrors and ‘360’ badges mark out the exterior.
The 360 package is available across all engine and transmission options and can be specified on both the Qashqai and Qashqai+2. 

Source: Nissan