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New Nissan Note With 1.2 Engine Is Big On Technology

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New Nissan Note With 1.2 Engine Is Big On Technology

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The new Note by Nissan has been unveiled ahead of its debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. It’ll be built at the Sunderland factory in UK and is due on sale in the autumn and it is targeting regular superminis like the Ford Fiesta. Nissan Note engine for sale is a 79bhp 1.2-litre petrol that promises 60.1mpg economy and 109g/km emissions, plus a supercharged version of the same engine, with 97bhp, 65.7mpg and emitting 99g/km. The sole diesel option is a 1.5-litre that emits 95g/km of CO2 and returns 78.5mpg.

The interior has information displays on the dash which encourage greener driving, while the sliding rear bench seat is carried over from the previous car, allowing owners to easily alter the amount of legroom or boot space. It will be available in three specs – Visia, Acenta and Tekna. All cars get stop-start systems, six airbags and cruise control. The notealso features Nissan’s new Safety Shield which is a combination of a blind spot and lane-departure warning system.

Moving Object Detection is another new function that alerts the driver if an object or person moves into the path of the car when it’s reversing. Both new systems use a wide-view camera at the rear, rather than radar. To ensure they work in poor weather, the camera is self-cleaning and incorporates a water jet and blow-dryer.

The Safety Shield system is complemented by the Around View Monitor (AVM). This is already available on the bigger Nissan Qashqai, and uses four cameras to project a bird’s-eye view of the car on to a 5.8-inch dash screen, for easier parking. It also has Nissan’s Connect sat-nav system, which also uses Google’s ‘Send to Car’ software so routes planned at home, can be transferred to the car.