You'll need to spend at least $35,300 to gain access to the QX30's host of option packages, although that also upgrades you to the Premium trim level, as well. Look for a premium Bose sound system, LED fog lights, roof rails, body-color mirror housings, and a panoramic sunroof.
Optional extras start with the $1,850 Navigation Package, which adds navigation and front and rear parking sensors. The Navigation Package is a prerequisite for the QX30's more advanced option packages, though, so if you want either of the next two groups, you'll need nav.
A $2,200 Technology Package adds advanced safety technology like adaptive cruise control, a surround-view camera system, and front collision mitigation with automatic braking. The LED Package ($1,000) tacks on adaptive LED head lights and ambient LED interior lighting. But what's strange here is that each of these packages is a prerequisite for the other – so you can't get the Technology Package without the LED Package and vice versa. Keep that in mind if you have your heart set on one or the other.
Wood interior trim tops things off for $500. Models equipped with at least the Navigation Package can get 19-inch wheels with summer performance tires for $800.
Two design package are available on the Premium, both priced at $1,750. The Gallery White Package, exclusive to front-drive models, features white leather upholstery with red accents and unique wheels. All-wheel drive versions can get a Cafe Teak Package with brown leather seats, matching leatherette cockpit trim, and wood appliques.