Updated Nissan Note revealed

26 Jan, 2012 4:56pm Damion Smy

Nissan Note gets new flagship trim and revised model range to keep it on supermini-MPV pace

The Nissan Note supermini-MPV has been updated with more equipment across the range. 

The new N-Tec+ flagship replaces the N-Tec and adds rear parking sensors on top of the NTEC’s satellite navigation and rear privacy glass.

The N-Tec+ and Acenta models have been given a number of exterior changes, including body-coloured mirrors and front foglight surrounds as well as new 16-inch ‘diamond cut’ two-tone alloy wheels replacing the previous 15-inch versions.  

Inside, the Acenta now has climate control, automatic headlights and rain-sensing windscreen wipers as standard, while new blue stitching is intended to give the Note’s interior more of a premium feel. 

There are no mechanical changes to the existing range, with pricing on the Visia unchanged at £11,200, the Acenta up £200 to £13,000 and the N-Tec+ up £824 over the N-Tec to £13,500. 

The updated Note will arrive in showrooms in February. 

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getting on a bit now - and new alloys and onboard equipment cant disguise this.

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