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The range of the British-built Nissan Note supermini-MPV is being upgraded for 2012
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25 January 2012

The range of the British-built Nissan Note supermini-MPV is being upgraded for 2012, with a new luxury N-TEC+ grade one of the key changes.

The mid-range Nissan Note Acenta gets new two-tone 16in alloys in place of the previous 15in versions, as well as chrome-effect door mirror covers and front fog light surrounds. On the inside there’s a new seat fabric, while climate control, automatic headlights and rain-sensitive wipers all now come as standard.

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The Nissan Note N-TEC+ has the same specification as the Acenta trim but adds rear parking sensors as well as the darkened rear privacy glass and the ‘Connect’ touch screen satnav/audio system found on the existing N-TEC trim.

The engine line-up continues with the 1.4, 1.6 petrol and 1.5dCi power units. The Pure Drive badged 1.5dCi is the most frugal and emits 110g/km of CO2 and a claimed combined economy of 67.3mpg.

Prices start at £11,200 for the Nissan Note Visia, with the Acenta level at £13,000 and N-TEC+ at £13,500. The first of the new Notes will reach dealers in early February.

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theonlydt 26 January 2012

Re: Revised Nissan Note revealed

The move to 16" is actually a bad move - they're 185 cross section and I think something like 185/55/R16 - and there's only one tyre you can buy. £100 each because it's a strange size. 15"s were no problem, lots of tyre choices.

J400uk 25 January 2012

Re: Revised Nissan Note revealed

Looks silly, too much bling and can't hide the fact its now a dated car. A proper replacement is overdue.

Fidji 25 January 2012

Re: Revised Nissan Note revealed

Those wheels look ridiculous on a Note.

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