Nissan Note review (2009 onwards) – MSN Cars UK

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First impressions

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Forgive us if we weren’t exactly in at the thought of heading off to drive the revised version of a mini-MPV. the thing is you forget. You forget how good the Nissan Note is. The Micra’s the same. They’re really good cars.Visual to the Note for 2009 are subtle, but not invisible.

It’s had quite a comprehensive job – new bumper, bonnet, gloss black grill – while the surround to the lights has been tinted where it was previously bright red and There are new alloys, too.

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On the the interior trim associated each of the three specification has been revised to create a individual feel. The combi-metre gets a redesign, and the boot to better accommodate different of loads. But of particular, uh, note, is the new Connect sat nav-infotainment system.This as standard on top grade Tekna and costs just £400 as an on the mid-range Acenta – value we’ll cover in detail below.

The Note’s spacious, flexible and its remarkably enjoyable on-road characteristics remain as highlights of highly complete family package.

Three engines are in the 2009 Nissan Note: and 1.6-litre petrols, plus a 1.5 dCi Tweaks to the gearing, amongst modifications, mean the 88hp petrol and the 86hp 1.5-litre now use less fuel and emit levels of carbon dioxide and Nissan Pure Drive 110hp 1.6 remains as before. We this and the diesel.

The latter’s a little noisy, but keen to please and smooth And while the 1.6 makes a superior driving companion, the turbodiesel’s torque – 148lb ft 113 – and fuel economy it the better choice for a family

It may look like a box on wheels, but the most surprising thing the Note is just how good it is to The manual gearboxes are slick, and it really well. It gets more impressive if you stick it a country road with right foot glued to the steering isn’t the most but grip levels are easy to Body control is admirable and its boosted height the Note out to be far more chuckable than more ordinary superminis.

You might find yourself the long route home the school run.

The PureDrive for the 1.4 petrol and 1.5 diesel Notes means they emit than 140g/km CO2, than being any kind of for Volkswagen’s BlueMotion series. the diesel is now down to 119g/km officially returning 62.8mpg (the 1.4 emits 139g/km, 47.9mpg).The 1.6 petrol is still efficient at 42.8mpg and 155g/km.

As for safety, the Note includes six on all but the entry-level Visia trim, gets four, and the pre-facelift achieved a four-star Euro rating in 2006. ESP is standard on Tekna. All Notes include and childlocks.

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