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The Nissan Note was released to the Japanese market in Japan in 2004, before finding its way to UK dealerships two years later. A second, most recent generation of this five-door hatchback was delivered in 2013.
The Note is a particularly adept city car; its manoeuvrability makes it ideal for fitting into small spaces and navigating busy roads – and it’s also very easy to drive.
Despite its relatively small dimensions, the Note offers plenty of cabin space for as many as five travellers. The vehicle also possesses a 280-litre boot volume which is sufficient for shopping trips but, if more capacity is required, it can be expanded to 1,332 litres. Second-generation models feature increased minimum and maximum capacities: 411 litres and 1,495 litres respectively. Standard features include electric front windows and an MP3-compatible sound system. Some 2006 models are also specified with air-conditioning and a rear parking sensor, while 2013 variants feature the former as standard.
Power steering, Electronic Stability Control and Cruise Control are among the 2013 edition’s range of driver aids. Passive safety features such as seatbelt pre-tensioners, force-limiters and multiple airbags are included with this iteration as standard too.
The Note was initially released in this country with a choice of 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. The latter is the most fuel-efficient, returning between 55mpg and 67mpg, depending on the model selected, while CO2 emissions range from 136g/km to 110g/km. When the vehicle was reissued in 2013, fuel-efficiency was improved further across the board, varying from 55.4mpg to as much as 80.7mpg.
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