New Updates For The Nissan Note
Since the launch of the n-tec trim to the Nissan X-Trail, Qashqai and Pulsar ranges, it has now been introduced to the british built Note.
The new n-tec model comes between the top of the range Tekna and the Mid-grade Acenta Premium. It features a range of technology, safety and design upgrades and its on the road price is £15,365.
The exterior of the n-tec has been upgraded with satin silver door handles, mirror covers, 16-inch alloy wheels, carbon look rear bumper, an aerodynamic front bumper and black bezel headlamps. It also come’s in a choice of eight paint colours and a new metallic Ink Blue which been added exclusively to the n-tec.
The interior has also had an upgrade with new NissanConnect – which features a 5.8 touchscreen sat nav – DAB radio and a rear view camera and previously only available with the Tekna grade – is the Safety Shield which includes Blind Spot Warning, Moving Object Detection and Lane Departure Warning.
The Acenta Premium Note is now from £14,465 and has also been enhanced with the additon of the new NissanConnect system with DAB radio and Bluetooth handsfree with audio streaming.