New Nissan Note with affordable technology
Nissan Note debuts at Geneva Motor Show
The all new Nissan Note will debut at the Geneva Motor Show new month. This new updated version has the benefits of advanced premium technology which has catapulted this popular supermini into a true B-segment contender. Chief Marketing Manager for Nissan in Europe explains “the new Note fulfils a really important role in our line-up, combining really smart design with technology that has never been offered in the B-segment before. We’ve used design and engineering innovation to make premium technologies accessible and affordable.”
The popular UK built supermini MPV has always been great value for money and now it will follow in the tracks of the successful Nissan Qashqai and Nissan Juke as this new model will most definitely set the standard for advanced, relevant technology in an affordable small car package.
A new package of technologies for new Nissan Note
Customers will benefit from a raft of innovative features relevant and useful in day to day driving. Most of these new additions would only previously been available on the more costly models in the premium sector. Safety features include; a blind warning system, lane departure warning and an advance moving object dection system. All three systems operate using data from the rear wide view camera, which delivers a clear image no matter what the weather thanks to an in built wash and blow dry function which is a perfect example of the new Nissan Note’s in-built engineering innovation.
The New Note is also the first car in the B-segment to offer Around View Monitor (AVM), Nissan’s acclaimed multi-camera helicopter view parking aid which gives clear visibility around the car. This sophisticated yet easy to use system makes parking manoeuvres simpler, enhances urban driving pleasure and helps owners reduce the risk of costly body damage when parking. Once you have experienced these luxury additions it is very hard to give them up. The latest version of the Nissan Connect navigation system is also included with all the connected services. The new Nissan Note has low running costs which appeals to motorists, Co2 emissions are as low as 95g/km and there is a range of diesel and petrol engines offered. All variants of the new Note are equipped with an idle stop/start system as standard.
Prices and specifications will be released nearer the on sale date which will be some time in the autumn this year.