Nissan offers some excellent technology features with the Note. Even the entry-level model comes with USB and auxiliary input sockets, as well as Bluetooth; impressive at this level and better than some of the competition. You need to upgrade to the mid-spec Acenta version to gain steering wheel-mounted stereo controls. All versions above this come with NissanConnect. This incorporates a sat-nav, and digital and internet radio, as well as giving access to a range of apps, via a 5.8-inch colour touchscreen. In all, it’s a very competitive package.
Whichever version you choose, the tech on offer is very ease to use with big, bold displays and simple controls. They might not be the last word in style or sophistication, but they’re fuss-free and everything is logically placed. The only option is a digital radio converter for lower-spec versions.