Have you ever bought a Nissan? Then you are familiar with the versions Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna. Of course you would prefer the complete Tekna, but the budget says Acenta. That way you automatically arrive at the compromise: the N-Connecta. In the case of the Nissan Qashqai N-Connecta, you get a complete car with the digital instrumentation, the 360-degree camera and the 9-inch touchscreen with navigation. A wireless phone charger costs extra, but so be it. The fewer cables and wires in the interior, the better. As it turns out: the Qashqai is on the pricey side.
Total: 38,605 euros
The Renault Arkana is a SUV coupe and so it may not belong here. But does that matter? It's in the same price range as the Nissan Qashqai and we've already opened its price list. For a new model, the option list is a bit outdated: no 360-degree camera and the wireless phone charger is only in the most expensive version. It is not for sale separately.
Total: 37,290 euros
The new Seat Ateca has a wonderful base price of 29,500 euros. The upgrade from 110 to 150 hp makes 35,500 euros of that, but we are not there yet. Although that version has a navigation system, and the digital instruments and wireless charger you can pick from the option list, but for the 360-degree camera we have to go a version higher.
Total: 37,700 euros
Phew, the simplest Peugeot 3008 already costs 36,730 euros and it contains only one of the four options that we want. Smashing an extra 3740 euros does wonders. Now we have the Road Trip version with navigation and the possibility to place a collection of cameras for 750 euros. The wireless phone charger has disappeared from the price list and hasn't said if it's coming back...
Total: 41,220 euros
The pricing and equipment information in this article was correct at the time of writing.
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