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Nissan Qashqai Ti 2018 pricing and specs confirmed

The new Ti grade adds a number of comfort and safety features over-and-above the Qashqai N-Tec variant it replaces.

Nissan Australia has added a new full-time member to the Qashqai small SUV family, the Ti, which will sit atop the range at $37,990 plus on-road costs and replaces the outgoing limited-edition $36,490 N-Tec grade.

The other variants in the Qashqai range are unchanged, starting with the entry-level ST which kicks-off at $26,490 for the manual or $28,990 in auto guise, before jumping up to $32,990 for the automatic-only ST-L.

Nissan Australia expects the Ti to account for 30 per cent of total sales. Nissan Australia expects the Ti to account for 30 per cent of total sales.

Carrying over from the N-Tec, the Ti has a strong range of standard safety technologies including forward collision warning, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, lane-departure warning and hill-start assist.

The permanent Ti grade also adds extra features including Nappa leather-accented seat trim, adaptive cruise control and ‘Intelligent Lane Intervention’ that alerts the driver if the car starts to veer into another lane.

Furthermore, the Ti is equipped with Nissan's Intelligent Park Assist, which allows the car to park automatically, as well as a 360-degree surround-view monitor with moving object detection, blind-sport warning, rear cross-traffic alert and an adaptive front lighting system.

The Ti includes push-button start, sat nav, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a 7.0-inch infotainment system. The Ti includes push-button start, sat nav, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a 7.0-inch infotainment system.

Motivating the Ti is the same 106kW/200Nm 2.0-litre petrol engine found across the Qashqai line-up, mated to a continuously-variable transmission (CVT) that sends power exclusively to the front wheels.

Noteworthy interior equipment on the Ti includes push-button start, DAB+ digital radio, sat nav, dual-zone climate control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a 7.0-inch infotainment system.

Nissan claims the medium SUV, in all but manual ST guise, sips just 6.9 litres per 100 kilometres as tested on the combined cycle.

Nissan Australia expects the Ti to account for 30 per cent of total sales, splitting the check evenly with the ST and ST-L variants.

Nissan claims the medium SUV sips just 6.9 litres per 100 kilometres as tested on the combined cycle. Nissan claims the medium SUV sips just 6.9 litres per 100 kilometres as tested on the combined cycle.

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