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Nissan note acenta specifications
Prices and specs for the new Nissan Note, which starts from £11,900 with first deliveries in October
Prices for the all-new Nissan Note will start from £11,900. That buys you an entry-level Visia model, and makes the new car's price £250 more than the outgoing small MPV. Prices for the new Note rise to £15,950 for the top-spec Tekna trim level. More importantly, the core Acenta model costs exactly the same as the outgoing model, at £13,250.
Buyers opting for the cheapest Note will get 15-inch steel wheels, central locking, cruise control and front electric windows as standard. Moving up to Acenta adds air-conditioning, alloy wheels and Bluetooth.
An Acenta Premium trim level is also available, and starts from £14,150. This includes NissanConnect sat-nav, full climate control and the option of Nissan’s Around View Monitor (a 360-degree camera system) and Safety Shield (a camera-based safety system) for £400.
Top-spec Tekna models come with both technologies as standard, on top of part-leather seats, keyless-go, automatic air-con and a leather steering wheel.
There’s an £800 Dynamic Styling Package, too. Only available on Tekna models, this adds unique alloys and more aggressive body styling.
The Note engine line-up kicks off with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine producing 79bhp. There’s also a supercharged 1.2-litre DIG-S engine, which boasts 97bhp and a 1.5-litre dCi with 89bhp. Only the DIG-S is available with an automatic gearbox, which in this case is a CVT.
The new Nissan Note is built in Sunderland, England, and is available to order now. First UK deliveries will be in October, although DIG-S-powered cars will be delivered in January.