/2012 Nissan Note Upgrade

2012 Nissan Note Upgrade

Nissan Note 1 at 2012 Nissan Note Upgrade

With over 100,000 sales in the bag, Nissan UK decided to refresh the Note supermini-MPV for the new year.

The new Note comes gets a number of upgrades, chief among which is an increase in equipment and style for the popular Acenta model. The car gets a set of new ‘diamond cut’ two-tone 16-inch alloy wheels, which look a bit too showy for this mini MPV, chrome-effect door mirror covers and front fog light surrounds.

Inside the cabin changes include new seat fabric with blue stitching, and a range of standard features including climate control, automatic headlights and rain-sensitive wipers.

Nissan Note 2 at 2012 Nissan Note Upgrade

The better equipped N-TEC trim gets some new toys too, including rear parking sensors, darkened rear privacy glass and the touch screen ‘Connect’ satellite navigation system. The ‘Connect’ system additionally provides a full digital music connectivity package with built in CD/radio, iPod gateway, Aux-in, USB connection and Bluetooth phone connection.

Engine-wise, you can choose between 1.4, 1.6 petrol and 1.5dCi power units. The Pure Drive badged 1.5dCi emits a CO2 level of just 110g/km with a combined economy figure of 67.3mpg. Prices start at £11,200 for the Visia, and £13,000 for the Accenta. The new N-TEC+ costs a further £500.

Sales of the 2012 note begins from February at Nissan dealerships nationwide.

Nissan Note 3 at 2012 Nissan Note Upgrade

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