One of the most revolutionary vehicles Nissan has returned. Along with the Juke and Qashqai models of which we have spoken above the Nissan Note has also received a facelift to face 2014 as one of the star models of Japanese brand. In this way the car that combines the size of a utility with the advantages of a minivan design and equipment evolves to suit the current needs of the sector.
His biggest asset price remains a difficult to reach by other vehicles in its segment (prices start at just over 9500 euros PIVE 4 Plan included) but new styling along to improved dynamic capabilities make him one of the vehicles more versatile that can be found. Note dimensions result in a vehicle of 4.1 meters long and 1.5 meters high the latter figure one of the highlights of the Note which offers a roomy interior difficult to overcome.
The boot offers 325 liters of capacity with the movement of the rear bench can be expanded to 411 which reaches 2012 liters when folded down the sidewalk. The vehicle remains mainly designed for urban use as evidenced by the easy access inside the vehicle the comfortable position behind the wheel or dashboard indicators which provide a clear and simple reading. Just inside the new Nissan Note we perceive an improvement in the quality of materials as well as a more modern overall look. The amount of storage compartments enabled occupants also appreciated.
A technological level and besides presenting the Google Send to Car system (which allows to elaborate routes or search for destinations over the phone and downloaded to the browser of the car) the Note includes the so-called Nissan Safety Shield ('Shield Smart Protection' ) which incorporates different elements of safety and driving assistance as the anti-collision device front fatigue detector identifier traffic signals blind Spot also alert involuntary change lanes motion detector or beam assistant among other improvements.
With all these safety systems the Japanese brand offers a safer driving in all conditions. Undoubtedly the inclusion of standard features like cameras with 360º is something new in the category of urban vehicles. The new Note comes to market with a fully customizable equipment as evidenced by the fact that there and no less than five trim levels: Visia Naru Edition Acenta Tekna Sport and Tekna Premium. Both come standard Tekna reviewed all technological equipment which is optional in the case of Acenta.
The engine range of 2013 Nissan Note has three options. Two of them are petrol engines 1.2 liters (one of 80 hp and 98 hp supercharged other) and there is also the diesel 1.5 dCi 90 hp option. The consumption of these engines are below 5 liters / 100 kilometers and are associated with a 5-speed manual transmission with optional automatic transmission for petrol 98 hp.
Here's the new Nissan Note a very interesting for those who need the vehicle in daily use without the 'disadvantages' of utility or passenger car. The Note provides comfort space and frugal consumption at a price of more than competitive sale. for the other reviews about the newest cars visit here.
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