The cheapest Visia models start at £17,595, coming with a range of new features including automatic air conditioning, Hill Start Assist, a five-inch color infotainment system, Chassis Control, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System and Speed Limiter/Cruise control.
Acenta models area available from £19,145 and ads dual zone climate control, leather steering wheel and gear knob, 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lamps auto headlights with wipers and a Luggage Board System.
Visia and Acenta models can be specified with the £450 Smart Vision Pack that ads Safety Shield system and includes Front Collision Avoidance, Driver Attention Support and Traffic Sign Recognition.
The Acenta Premium range starts at £20,995 and adds the following: NissanConnect infotainment system with DAB radio, a rear view camera, along with i-key Start Push Button, parking sensors and a panoramic glass roof.
The most expensive Tekna range starts at £23,145 and features Bi-LED headlamps, Safety Shield with Traffic Signal Recognition and High Beam Assist.
For more details about trim and engines, check out the press release below.