Bringing stylish intelligence to the world of MPVs, the Nissan Note is a practical car that turns heads on the road. As a car designed for the city streets, it is compact and easy to drive, making it the ideal family car.
The Note’s exterior is designed in contours, giving it an atmospheric quality. Its nose comes to a point, marked by an inverted triangular grille and chiselled headlights. The large front air intake and fog lights are nestled below. Across the frame are deep sculpts, from chisels at the nose to mouldings on the sides and a sunken contour across the tail.
At just over four metres in length the Note is the size of a supermini, making it practical for nipping across the city. Just like a supermini, it has extra sporting features and if you go for the Acenta trim you’ll also get privacy glass. As the sportiest trim, the N-Tec comes with a carbon-look rear bumper, satin-silver door mirrors and an aerodynamic front bumper.
Practicality meets style in the interior as well. It has been cleverly designed to give you the flexibility you need for driving the Note every day, as well as on weekends away with the family. The rear seats fold down in four different ways, so you can easily get bulky items like pushchairs, suitcases and bikes into the car, even with children on board. There’s a handy flexiboard in the boot which folds down to create a shelf for separating your baggage; for example, keeping muddy trainers and wellies away from the coats.
In the cockpit, you’ll still feel that you’re driving a well-appointed car. All controls are arranged on a central panel on the dashboard, with a striking circular design for the heating and a screen displaying the current temperature (Acenta Premium trim upwards). This central column is lit with an ambient glow and there’s striking lighting on the rev and speed counter, giving it a luxurious feel.
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