THE third generation Nissan Qashqai will be priced from £23,535 when it arrives in the summer.
Five trim levels will be available with the 15 model range topping out at £37,835 for an automatic, all-wheel drive DIG-T version in Tekna+ specification.
A limited number of Premiere Editionmodels are available from £29,275 for the 1.3 DiG-T 140ps mild hybrid manual or £31,795 for the 1.3 DiG-T mild hybrid 158ps Xtronic automatic model.
Andrew Humberstone, managing director of Nissan in the UK, said: "The Nissan Qashqai has been the best-seller in its class since 2007, and for good reason. Now with the arrival of the third generation model, Nissan is setting a new crossover standard for distinctive design, dynamic handling and advanced technologies, all at an accessible and attractive price point.
"Consumers want uncompromising comfort, connectivity and safety from their personal mobility - the new Qashqai absolutely delivers on all these requirements."
Mid-grade N-Connecta models start from £28,305 and Acenta Premium versions start from £26,135.
All versions are powered by Nissan's 1.3-litre DiG-T petrol engine in two states of tune and developing either 140 or 158ps.
Both use mild-hybrid technology while eventually the new Qashqai will aslo mark the European debut of e-POWER, Nissan's innovative powertrain that draws technologies from the company's pioneering LEAF electric vehicle.