The Nissan N-Tec has been replaced by the N-Tec+ flagship, adding rear parking sensors to the existing rear privacy glass and satellite navigation.
A number of changes have been made to the exterior of the vehicle, including front foglight surrounds and body-coloured mirrors, available on the N-Tec and Acenta models.
Indoors, the Acenta has automatic headlights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers and climate control all included as standard. The interior has also been amended, with new blue stiching giving the Nissan Note a more executive feeling.
Considering there are no changes to the existing ranges mechanics, the pricing of the Visia will stay as £11,200, the Acenta has increased by £200, costing £13,000 and the N-Tec+ will cost £13,500, £824 cheaper than the previous N-Tec.
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