Four new vehicle launches complete model refresh for Nissan

The second half of 2022 will be one of the biggest six-month periods in Nissan’s history, with the brand previewing four major model launches, set to almost entirely refresh the car maker’s family in Australia.

Despite industry-wide supply challenges, Australian production schedules are now locked in for a host of new models, delivering everything from scintillating sports cars to tech-laden SUVs.

New Pathfinder, X-Trail and Qashqai models will all arrive this year, giving Nissan one of the freshest SUV line-ups in Australia. Those models will be joined by a performance halo vehicle, the Nissan Z, which will write a new chapter for this iconic sports car.

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“I’m thrilled to be able to confirm launch timings for these vehicles, with all four exciting and all-new models set to arrive in Australia in the second half of 2022,” Nissan Australia managing director Adam Paterson said.

“The all-new Z, Pathfinder, X-TRAIL and Qashqai will join the just-updated Patrol, along with the tough and rugged Navara, to give Nissan one of the newest and most exciting model line-ups in the country.”

The new Nissan Qashqai will launch with four feature-packed grades, an exciting new engine, and advanced multi-link rear suspension across the range. It delivers a spacious and stylish SUV with enhanced safety features.

The Pathfinder, is a completely new vehicle from the ground up, with every inch of the stylish SUV redesigned. It offers a new 9-speed automatic transmission, intelligent 4WD with seven-position drive and terrain mode selector, and an impressive towing capability.

One of the most advanced Nissan SUVs ever, the new Nissan X-Trail will arrive with a bold new exterior, a family focused interior and a comprehensive suite of safety systems. The final piece of the model puzzle is the seventh-generation sports car known simply as Z.

Seductive lines are matched with a driver-focused cabin, complete with manual or nine-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission, rear-wheel drive and a potent twin-turbocharged V6 engine.

Further details, including pricing and final specifications for each model, will be revealed closer to their individual launches. If you’re keen to purchase any of these new models, and need finance, visit CreditOne for more details.

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