Nissan Note is to make its UK debut next month as most loving vehicle for BRITS however, it is now
subjected to the important changes in its interior and safety standards but it is at Sunderland factory receiving a high profile tuning engine shop where the HR15DE 1.5 litre four cylinder engine has been revised for giving more efficiency at top economy rates. It is a 1461cc sized engine that is capable of producing 84bhp at the torque of 148 lb-ft. The all new XTRONIC CVT gearbox has also been revised for efficient and reliable power transfers. The model, showcased at Geneva Motor Show, is the part of new generation of UK-designed, engineered and built models. It is the combination of sharp sight design and low CO2 emission and newly emerged technologies for the safety standards. It is named as 360 degree safety system that includes four cameras for an all around view of the car to provide the driver a full 360 degree bird’s eye view on the 5.8 inches screen, a lane departure warning system and moving object detection system on affordable prices. There is remarkably big passenger space for such a small car. The boot space is also impressive with 437-litre capacity while it can effectively be expanded to three times by folding the seats of Note to flat.
The Nissan Note 2013 has been revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. It’ll be made at Nissan’s Sunderland factory and will go on sale in autumn. The big news about the Nissan Note for sale is;
Nissan Note Engine
it is no longer a Supermini-MPV but it is instead targeting superminis like the Ford Fiesta.
The new Nissan Note dimensions were previewed by last year’s Invitation concept. It is softer and more stylish than its predecessor. The Nissan Note engine will be in three specs Visia, Acenta and Tekna. All cars come equipped with stop-start systems, cruise control and six airbags. The flagship Tekna also features Nissan’s new Safety Shield which is a mix of a blind spot and lane-departure warning system. The Safety Shield system is supported by the Around View Monitor (AVM) which uses four cameras to project a bird’s-eye view of the vehcile on to a 5.8-inch dashboard mounted screen, for easier parking. The high tech gadgetry includes Nissan’s Connect sat-nav system, which uses Google’s ‘Send to Car’ software which transfers routes planned at home to the car.
4The Nissan Note 2013 gives you three engine choices. The Nissan Note 1.2 litre petrol engine develops 79bhp and gives 60.1mpg. There is also a supercharged version of this engine which gives 97bhp and emits only 99g/km. The Sole Nissan Note diesel engine is a 1.5litre emitting 95g/km of C02 and giving 78.5mpg.