Nissan are upgrading their popular supermini-MPV, the Nissan Note, for 2012.
The remarkably well-priced, British built, Nissan Note has new, improved specifications on the Acenta model, while a brand new luxury N-TEC+ model will see its launch in February.
New look for popular Nissan Note Acenta
Nissan’s entry grade model is noticeably lifted through new diamond-style 16 inch alloy wheels.
This premium-grade look is continued with new chrome-effect door mirrors and front fog light surrounds.
Inside, the Nissan Note Acenta now sports upgraded fabric upholstery with blue stitching.
Nissan have also made the as-standard equipment list more generous, including climate control, automatic headlights and rain sensitive wipers.
Nissan Note N-TEC better than ever
The N-TEC is the best-selling version of the Nissan Note, accounting for the majority of its 100,000 plus sales since its launch.
As a result, Nissan have introduced the premium Nissan Note N-TEC+.
Now parking the stylish Nissan supermini-MPV is made even easier with rear parking sensors.
It also comes with darkened rear privacy glass and the Nissan ‘Connect’ sat-nav system.
As well as making driving simpler, the ‘Connect’ system makes it more pleasurable.
Everyone in the Nissan Note can enjoy the built in CD/radio with USB and iPod connectivity. It includes Bluetooth connectivity for safe, hands-free phone calls.
As the upgraded Acenta and N-TEC+ Nissan Notes come in, the Tekna model is discontinued.
The brand new, upgraded Nissan Note range will be available to purchase, lease or on finance (subject to status) from February.
You can get the Nissan Note Visia for just £11,200, while the new Acenta costs just £13,000 and the N-TEC+ £13,500, creating a winning combination of affordability and practicality.
Last year the plant produced 427,985 Nissan Notes, of which just under a quarter went to the UK market.
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