THE NISSAN NOTE
AVAILABLE TO TEST DRIVE NOW AT PARK'S AYR, IRVINE AND EAST KILBRIDE
With a sleeker and more dramatic design, the new Nissan Note is a bold evolvement on the current model. The dynamic and agile exterior includes new aerodynamics and a stunning high-gloss console, while also displaying sculpted sides and headlights interlocked with the front grille giving the car a bold and flashy new look. The spacious interior cabin has been designed with European taste in mind offering a classier environment than before including impressive new premium technology.
Another major feature of the new Note is the Around View Monitor which uses four cameras on the car to give the driver a full 360 degree birds-eye view. The images are then displayed on the 5.8 inch screen on the cars Dashboard. These cameras also provide the driver with blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning and moving objection detection, which combine to make Nissan's impressive Safety Shield. This feature also includes a self-cleaning mechanism using water jets and blow-drying to clean the cameras, ensuring that drivers still have a full view in the case of bad weather.
The new Nissan Note uses the latest engine technology to provide drivers with a more energetic vehicle while managing to use fewer emissions. A stop/start system, which comes as standard on all new Nissan Note models, provides unrivalled efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions. A real time eco-meter found on the dashboard means that you will always be able to see how environmentally you are driving.
The new Note is available in 3 models: Visia, Acenta, and n-tec and with 3 different engines; 1.4litre, 1.5litre petrol engines or 1.5 litre diesel engine.
The first of these new exciting gadgets is the latest NissanConnect advanced infotainment system that connects the driver and their New Note to the world. The technology combines Sat Nav with Bluetooth, USB and iPod connectivity as well as providing all Google services that you would normally use on a computer in your car. You can plan trips via smartphones, computers or tablets and simply transfer the information to the new Nissan Note with the use of the Google Sent-to-Car technology.