The all-new Nissan Note, which goes on sale in March, will be priced from £9995.
There's a choice of three engines, a peppy 87bhp 1.4 petrol, a 108bhp 1.6 petrol, and a 1.5 diesel that produces 85bhp.
Buyers can opt for three trim levels, S, SE and SVE, with basic S trim including four airbags, CD player, front electric windows and remote central locking.
For an extra £1000, you can step up to SE trim for air-conditioning, alloys and a false floor that can increases the overall load space to 437 litres.
For another £1000, SVE trim comes with electrically folding mirrors, climate control, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers and part leather upholstery.
Nissan Note range and prices
1.4 S £9995
1.4 SE £10,995
1.6 SVE £12,695
1.5 dCi S £10,995
1.5 dCi SE £11,995
1.5 dCi SVE £12,995
Come back to whatcar.com on January 20 for a full review of the Note and check out the next issue of What Car? magazine for an in-depth first drive of the mini MPV.
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