Nissan QASHQAI 2023 Model released

Nissan Qashqai – Nissan has released an all-new Qashqai that is based on anew global architecture underneath. It also has more room inside, features a new turbo petrol engine, better fuel economy and lower emissions.

QASHQAI Ti-There are four models ranging in price from $33,890 through to $47,890 plus the usual costs.

All models come with a 1.3-litre 4-cylinder turbo-petrol with 110kW and 250Nm driving the front wheels through an Xtronic CVT transmission with paddle shifters and three driving modes (Standard, Eco, Sport)

The model walk starts with the S, that comes well equipped with most expected comfort and safety features. Then the ST+, ST-L AND Ti all add more features as you go.

Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® is standard in all models. Apart from the ST model the connectivity is wireless. A wireless smartphone charging pad integrated into the lower dash is offered from the ST-L model upwards, while the premium Ti model features a 10-speaker Bose audio system with a subwoofer and digital signal processor. As well as massage front seats.

The Qashqai is an ideal size for an urban runabout and is available now.

This is a Motoring Minute

Im Rob Fraser

2023 Nissan QASHQAI ST-L- driving


A review of the Nissan QASHQAI ST-L can be found HERE

All the model details for the Nissan QASHQAI can be found HERE 


  •  ST                                                 $33,890
  • ST+                                              $37,890
  • ST+ with two-tone paint                       $38,390
  • ST-L                                             $42,190
  • ST-L with two-tone paint                      $42,690
  • Ti                                                  $47,390
  • Ti with two-tone paint                          $47,890

 Premium Paint surcharge = $700

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