NISSAN NOTE Car Review
The practical supermini
The Note has become the sensible option in Nissan’s range of funky family cars that include the big selling Qashqai and Juke.
And the latest version of the Nissan Note has given the car an injection of style, with a new grille similar to the Nissan Qashqai.
But the Nissan Note has always been for buyers looking for a practical supermini, with interior space that verges on what you’d expect from a mini people carrier.
Anyone buying the Nissan Note will be happy with its practicality, with plenty of room for four tall adults, a good sized boot and rear seats that fold flat to add to its versatility. The interior plastics feel well screwed together if hard to the touch.
They will also be happy with how well the Nissan Note drives - the 1.2 litre petrol engine won’t set the world on fire, but it’s like the rest of the car solid and very sensible with 60 mpg, plus it handles nicely. And it’s the same story with the 1.5 litre diesel that returns a wallet friendly 70 mpg plus and reasonable performance.
* Competitive price and good value * Better than you’d expect to drive/ very good fuel economy *