The Nissan X-Trail will go on sale in July with prices starting from £22,995.
The all-new version of the SUV will come with five-and seven-seat versions, and will offer a choice of four trim levels.
In ascending order, the four specs are Visia, Acenta, N-tec and Tekna. The entry-level Visia comes with equipment including 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth and aux-in connectivity, air-conditioning and heated door mirrors as standard.
Acenta starts at £24,795 and adds tinted windows, dual-zone climate control, an electric sunroof, auto lights and wipers and front and rear parking sensors.
The N-tec model begins at £27,295 and 19-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and start, DAB digital radio, roof rails and a powered tailgate. It also comes with Nissan's Around View Monitor system that uses cameras to give a 360-degree view around the car to help with parking.
The range-topping Tekna starts at £29,295 and adds equipment such as LED headlights, heated leather seats, a powered driver's seat and safety equipment including a blind spot warning system.
The Visia trim is available only with two-wheel drive, but the other three are offered with a choice of 4WD and 2WD. The X-Trail is available with only the one 129bhp 1.6-litre diesel engine, which is capable of an average fuel economy of 57.6mpg and CO2 emissions of 129g/km when paired with the manual gearbox and the 2WD set-up.
The new X-Trail also comes with the option of a third row of seats, turning it into a seven-seater. This third row adds £700 to the price of the standard five-seater.
First deliveries of the X-Trail will start from July 17.