Nissan Note updates announced for 2015
11th February 2015
Following on from the launch of the n-tec trim on X-Trail, Qashqai and Pulsar, Nissan has now introduced the popular trim to the British-built Note model range.
The new Note n-tec sits between the range-topping Tekna and mid-grade Acenta Premium featuring a number of technology, safety and design upgrades while still delivering maximum customer value for the £15,365 OTR price.
Starting on the outside, the Note n-tec is an attractive compact family car thanks to an enhanced styling package including new 16-inch alloy wheels, satin silver door handles and wing mirror covers plus the choice of eight paint colours – including a new metallic Ink Blue finish exclusive to n-tec.
Upgraded styling extends to the black bezel headlamps, aerodynamic front bumper, carbon-look rear bumper, unique blue stitch on the leather steering wheel and rear privacy glass. The Note n-tec is available with a six-speed manual 1.2-litre 80PS petrol engine that emits 109g/km with a combined fuel consumption figure of 60.1mpg.
Moving inside, Nissan has enhanced the Note’s value proposition further by including New NissanConnect – featuring 5.8” touchscreen satellite navigation – DAB radio and a Rear View Camera. Previously only available on Tekna and now standard on n-tec is Nissan’s award-winning Safety Shield suite of technologies including Blind Spot Warning, Moving Object Detection and Lane Departure Warning.
The Note range enhancements extend to the mid-grade Acenta Premium too, where it benefits from the addition of the New NissanConnect system with DAB radio and Bluetooth handsfree with audio streaming.
Prices for Note Acenta Premium trim start from £14,465 OTR with a choice of one diesel engine and three petrol engines. The new Note n-tec and updated Acenta Premium trims are available from all participating Nissan franchised dealers nationwide.