Nissan SUV push: 2023 Qashqai, X-Trail and Pathfinder price and specs

Nissan has completely revamped its SUV line-up with the launch of all-new Qashqai, X-Trail and Pathfinder models.

All arriving into Australian showrooms in the second half of 2022, the new SUV models will complete Nissan’s full renewal of its passenger car portfolio, together with the imminent arrival of the highly anticipated, all-new Z sports car.

Nissan Qashqai

The all-new Nissan Qashqai compact crossover will launch with four variants, each with improved specification and features over the outgoing grade.

The highlight of the new model is the new 1.3-litre turbocharged engine, with power increased by 4kW, and torque boosted by 50Nm, lifting overall outputs to 110kW and 250Nm. It’s mated to a newly developed X-Tronic CVT automatic transmission.

ST – $33,890

The five-star safety package comes standard with centre far-side airbag for occupant-to-occupant protection, rear camera, rear parking sensors, Forward Collision Warning with Forward Emergency Braking (Junction/Pedestrian/Cyclist), Lane Departure Warning with Intelligent Lane Intervention, Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention, Traffic Sign Recognition, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert with AEB,  Intelligent Cruise Control and High Beam Assist.

Stay connected as standard, with an 8.0-inch infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, six speakers, a 7.0-inch TFT and an Intelligent Key with push-button start.

ST+ – $37,890

The ST+ grade adds fog lights, 18-inch alloys, 12.3-inch HD infotainment with wireless Apple Carplay, wired Android Auto, satellite navigation and Around View monitor, amongst other features.

ST-L – $42,190

The ST-L is feature-packed with Nissan’s ProPILOT semi-autonomous driving and safety aids, and adaptive LED headlights, which split the Qashqai’s high beam into 12 individually controlled light segments, detect traffic ahead and adjust the beam output accordingly. There’s also rear privacy glass, LED turn signals, part-leather accented seating, 19-inch alloys, an eight-way powered driver’s seat and dual-zone climate control.

Ti – $47,390

The flagship model introduces a huge 10.8-inch Head Up Display, using double free-form mirror technology integrated with the navigation and infotainment systems, a premium quilted leather accented interior with massage function on the front seats, hands-free power tailgate, 10-speaker premium BOSE audio system and more.

Nissan X-Trail

The all-new X-Trail is regarded by its maker as the most advanced Nissan mid-size SUV ever, with it introducing a bold new exterior, a family focused interior and a comprehensive suite of safety systems.

It’s offered in four well-equipped grades, a choice between five or seven seats, and the option of two- or four-wheel drive.

Power comes from a revised 2.5-litre engine delivering a 9kW lift in power, and a 18Nm increase in torque, to 135kW and 244Nm.


2WD – $36,750

4WD 7 Seat – $39,790

The range opening ST model delivers LED lighting front and rear, roof rails, shift-by-wire, high-beam assist, a rear parking camera and sensors. An 8.0-inch infotainment screen is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible, 4 USB slots (2 Type-A +2 Type-C) with 17-inch alloy wheels and a comprehensive suite of active safety that includes, AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection, rear AEB with pedestrian detection and cross-traffic alert, Lane departure prevention and Intelligent Cruise Control.


2WD – $43,190

4WD 7 Seat – $46,290

Builds on the ST model’s equipment with the introduction of ProPILOT with Lane Keep Assist, privacy glass, fog lights, a digital Around-View monitor, heated front seats, dual-zone climate control, sliding rear seats, front parking sensors, synthetic leather trim, practical 40:20:40 split rear seats, Tyre pressure sensor monitor and 18-inch alloy wheels complete the ST-L offering.


4WD – $49,990

Positioned as the premium grade, the X-Trail Ti introduces genuine leather-accented seating, 19-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, LED turn signals, a Smart Rear View Mirror, tri-zone climate control, Adaptive Driving Beam, Auto wipers and power operated rear tailgate.  The technology offering is significant, with a 12.3-inch, navigation-equipped touchscreen, a 10.8-inch Head-Up Display, wireless phone charging and wireless Apple CarPlay, and a 12.3-inch TFT digital driver display.


4WD – $52,990

The flagship model in the X-Trail range, the Ti-L features a heated steering wheel, Bose 10-speaker sound system, full Nappa leather seating with memory seat function, rear sunshades, hands free rear tailgate, heated rear outboard seats, remote engine start and more.

Nissan Pathfinder

Nissan’s flagship SUV, the Pathfinder is available in four grades. It offers spacious seating for up to eight and a wealth of new safety and technology features to compliment its redesigned looks.

The Pathfinder introduces an all-new nine-speed automatic transmission, all-new Intelligent 4WD with seven-position Drive and Terrain Mode Selector, as well as impressive towing capability.

A new nine-speed automatic transmission is introduced for the 202kW / 340Nm 3.5-litre direct-injection V6 petrol engine, replacing the previous CVT.

Seven drive and terrain settings are available for the Intelligent 4WD system, with five settings on 2WD models.


2WD – $54,190

This ST model delivers a comprehensive safety package from the standard Nissan Intelligent Mobility Suite, a rearview camera with parking sensors, a 9.0-inch touchscreen, 10.8-inch Head Up Display, 7.0-inch TFT Advanced Drive-Assist instrument cluster display, sat-nav, LED dusk-sensing headlights with high-beam assist, 18-inch alloys, eight-way powered driver’s seat with lumbar control and EZ Flex latch-and-glide seating adjustment.


4WD – $59,990

The ST-L builds on the ST’s comprehensive safety offering with a Pro-PILOT semi-autonomous driving system with Lane Keep Assist and Traffic Jam Pilot, Around View monitor with moving-object detection. Roof rails, LED fog lights and a powered tailgate also feature on the standard equipment list.


2WD -$63,990

4WD – $67,990

The Ti introduces a truly premium cabin experience, with leather-accented interior trim with rear-seat heaters, wireless phone charging, a 12-speaker BOSE audio system and more.


4WD – $77,890

The Ti-L flagship introduces wrap-around cabin ambient lighting, panoramic glass sunroof, 20-inch alloys, underbody protection, captain’s chairs in the second row (reverting seating capacity to seven), ventilated front seats, “smart” rearview mirror with switchable digital imagery, and more.

Note: all prices exclude on-road costs.


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