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Nissan has just unveiled the upcoming Nissan Note in Yokohama, Japan. The European market need not worry though, as the favourite Nissan car will be introduced in Europe in 2013 as an even more stylish car for our more specific tastes. Non Status Car lease customers need not worry about missing out on the chance to drive one of these new motors when they come out as MSG Cars can still look to offer All UK residents a great chance to getting pre-approved.
The new Note still has the same proportions like the ever so practical current Note but the underpinnings have been changed. The platform of the new Note is none other than the Nissan V-platform, the same platform that is used by the Micra.
The looks of the new Note have also evolved from the current model. It is clearly visible that the design of the new Note is very much inspired by the Invitation concept which was just revealed by Nissan at the Geneva Motor Show not too long ago. A few features present on the Note are quite identical to the Invitation. The headlights for example and the grille look like tweaked units from the Invitation.
There are currently no photos of what European customers should expect their Note to look like. But, despite the new Japanese domestic market Note looking like the Invitation concept, do expect the European version to look more like a sporty concept car. There should be a honeycomb grille finished in black colour, a touch of chrome here and there and of course a body kit to make the car look more aggressive.
Choice of engines of the new Nissan Note would not be in shortage – it will be powered by a range of petrol engines with one engine in particular being the most interesting one. Apparently, there will be a new three-cylinder 1.2-liter DIG-S engine with a supercharger hooked to it, as seen in the Micra. Generating 71bhp from the tiny engine, the emissions make the car tax-free and eco-friendly, with only 99g/km of CO2 emissions that company car drivers will find appealing too.
Building of the new Note will take place at Nissan’s factory in Sunderland and the car should go on sale somewhere in the middle in 2013 with a budget friendly price tag of £12,000 that when spread over several years as is possible with a Non Status Contract Hire should see a monthly repayment of around £330 – £360 with a lower figure if a decent priced demonstrator is sourced.