The new Nissan Note is hitting car showrooms in October - with order books open now.
The Japanese car giant's innovative new B segment challenger, has been totally redesigned.
Three engines are on offer from launch: a 1.2-litre three-cylinder unit that produces 80PS, a 98PS 1.2-litre supercharged DIG-S and a 1.5-litre dCi diesel that generates 90PS. A CVT transmission is offered on the 1.2-litre DIG-S engine.
The new Note's four-version stable begins with entry-level Visias from £11,900 that feature Idle stop/start, front electric windows, remote central locking and cruise control.
Acenta models begin at £13,250 and add alloy wheels (15-inch as standard, 16-inch on DIG-S), air-conditioning, Bluetooth and a sliding back seat bench.
Acenta Premium versions begin at £14,150, featuring NissanConnect, climate control and automatic lights and wipers.
These will also be available with the choice of Around View Monitor and the three Nissan Safety Shield technologies for £400 more.
The top-of-the-range Tekna starts at £15,950 and features 16-inch alloy wheels, part-leather seats, Around View Monitor and the three Nissan Safety Shield technologies as standard, together with Intelligent Key with start/stop button, leather steering wheel and automatic air conditioning.
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