NISSAN has introduced the popular n-tec trim to the British-built Note model range after it was launched on X-Trail, Qashqai and Pulsar.
The new Note n-tec sits between the range-topping Tekna and mid-grade Acenta Premium, featuring a number of technology, safety and design upgrades while still delivering maximum customer value.
Starting on the outside, the Note n-tec is an attractive compact family car thanks to an enhanced styling package including new 16-inch alloy wheels, satin silver door handles and wing mirror covers plus the choice of eight paint colours – including a new metallic Ink Blue finish exclusive to n-tec.
Upgraded styling extends to the black bezel headlamps, aerodynamic front bumper, carbon-look rear bumper, unique blue stitch on the leather steering wheel and rear privacy glass. The Note n-tec is available with a six-speed manual 1.2-litre 80PS petrol engine that emits 109g/km with a combined fuel consumption figure of 60.1mpg.
Moving inside, Nissan has enhanced the Note’s value proposition further by including New NissanConnect – featuring 5.8″ touchscreen satellite navigation – DAB radio and a rear-view camera. Previously only available on Tekna and now standard on n-tec is Nissan’s award-winning Safety Shield suite of technologies including Blind Spot Warning, Moving Object Detection and Lane Departure Warning.
The Note range enhancements extend to the mid-grade Acenta Premium too, where it benefits from the addition of the New NissanConnect system with DAB radio and Bluetooth hands-free with audio streaming.