New Car; 2011 Nissan Note

Here’s a car that’ll strike a chord. Nissan’s Jazz-rivalling Note has been given a new look for the 2011 model year.

Both Acenta and Tekna grades now feature silver door handles and tailgate trim, and gloss black B- and C-pillars, while the n-tec gets a new front spoiler.

On the inside, the Acenta gets an uprated stereo with USB and AUX inputs. Buyers of the n-tec model get even more kit, with climate control and auto lights and wipers joining the Connect sat-nav and audio system, 16-inch alloy wheels and privacy glass already fitted as standard.

ESP is also fitted as standard to Acenta, Tekna and n-tec models, and the top-spec Tekna also gets the £250 keyless go option thrown in for good measure.

Both 1.4 and 1.6-litre petrol engines now comply with the latest Euro V emissions regulations too.

But despite all the extra kit, Nissan has left prices for the new Note unchanged, meaning the range still starts at £10,895. The newcomer is available to order now, with the Euro V compliant diesel models becoming available in November.

Buyers can also benefit from Nissan’s British Built Trade-in Scheme which allows Note customers to receive a guaranteed £1000 minimum trade in against their existing car providing it is over seven years old. The scheme runs throughout August and September.

The Clear Nissan Scheme, which means Note customers benefit from 2 years free servicing, 3 years free RAC breakdown cover and 3 years 5.9% APR finance is also available. For more details click here.
Thanks to: Auto Express


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