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Black nissan note
The new Nissan Note Black Edition should cater for drivers looking for a slightly sporty-looking supermini with a practical and spacious interior. Read on to find out how it differs from the standard model.
The Note Black Edition features new body-coloured bumpers, side skirts and black headlight surrounds. The 16-inch alloy wheels come in a gloss black finish to match the black painted door handles and the upgraded rear spoiler.
The Black Edition’s cabin benefits from subtly revised trim pieces, including a gloss black centre console, a black gear knob and a headlining trimmed in black fabric instead of the usual light grey. Electric front and rear windows are fitted as standard, but a touchscreen infotainment system is an optional extra.
The Black Edition is based on the high-spec Acenta trim level and, as a result, comes as standard with air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity and a leather-trimmed multifunction steering wheel. Unlike Acenta models, the Black Edition is only available in two colours – pearlescent White Storm and metallic Pearl Black.
Customers will be offered a choice of two engines – a 1.5-litre diesel or a 1.2-litre petrol engine. Entry-level Black Edition cars with a 1.2-litre engine will be priced from £14,415.