The all-new Nissan Note will set you back for at least 11,900 GBP in the United Kingdom, once the model will be launched.
The cheapest version of the new Nissan Note is the Visia, which has been priced from 11,900 GBP. This model is coming with features like the cruise control, front electric windows, central locking and 15-inch steel wheels, amongst others. The mid-range Acenta has been priced from 13,250 GBP and it’s adding Bluetooth, air conditioning and alloy wheels. There is also an Acenta Premium available which starts at 14,150 GBP, adding the full climate control, NissanConnect satellite navigation system, option for the Around View Monitor (360-degree camera system) and Safety Shield for 400 GBP.
If the top of the line Nissan Note Tekna is what you’re interested in, than you should know that this version will set you back for 15,950 GBP. The model is coming with all the above mentioned features, along with the part leather seats, automatic air conditioning, leather wrapped steering wheel and keyless-go. The engine lineup is made out of the 1.2 liter three-cylinder unit with 79 HP and the supercharged 1.2 liter DIG-S with 97 HP. The diesel option comes from Renault and it’s a 1.5 liter dCi with 90 HP. The DIG-S can get an automatic transmission option. The new Nissan Note will start its deliveries in the United Kingdom in October.