Nissan Qashqai+2 prices

  • From £17,199
  • Extra seats add between £1850 and £1500
  • Seven-seater mirrors standard model's engines
Nissan's Qashqai+2 seven-seater will cost from £17,199 when it goes on sale in September – that's up to £1850 more than the five-seat version.

The +2 will have a choice of the same two engines and three trims as the standard Qashqai. The trims also have the same specification and names as the standard model: Visia, Acenta and Tekna.

The engines are a 138bhp 2.0-litre petrol and a 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel. They can be linked to two- or four-wheel drive and with a standard six-speed gearbox or CVT automatic unit.

The CVT automatic gearbox costs an extra £1100, while four-wheel-drive and the diesel engine both add £1400.

The +2 is 21cm longer than the standard car, allowing for increased kneeroom for passengers in the second row of seats, as well as the addition of the folding third row of seats.

The rear row of folding seats is described as being for occasional use by children and adults under 1.6 metres tall.

When the seats are flat, the luggage capacity is 500 litres, 90 more than the standard Qashqai.

Standard equipment includes a panoramic sunroof, roof bars, stability control and rear privacy glass

Prices over a standard Qashqai are £1800 for Visia grade models, £1850 for Acenta and £1500 for Tekna.

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