Nissan Note For Sale in Namibia
What is Nissan Note ?
The Nissan Note (Japanese: 日産・ノート, Hepburn: Nissan Nōto) is a supermini/subcompact hatchback or a mini MPV manufactured and marketed worldwide by Nissan.
Nissan Note For Sale in Namibia
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is A Nissan Note A Good car to buy?
The Note is a practical car that doesn’t really win you over with its design or driving experience. The new Nissan Note isn’t difficult to recommend. It’s spacious, drives well and offers good value for money, improving on its predecessor in every department.
What is the weakness of the Nissan Note?
Reliability is so-so and build quality is very poor compared to Nissan’s usual high standards – the Note was placed 193rd here, out of 201 cars. This weak result is undoubtedly due to the car’s cheap plastics and shiny finish.
What is the alternative to Nissan Note?
The Note’s main rival is the second-generation Honda Jazz. Introduced in 2008, it is even more spacious, with cleverer rear seats, although the Note has a more forgiving ride. If it’s something slightly larger that you’re after, then the Citroen C3 Picasso is worth considering.
What is the fuel consumption of a Nissan Note?
A: The actual fuel consumption of the Note is 14.09 to 17.13km/L for gasoline 2WD vehicles, 21.1km/L for e-POWER 2WD vehicles, and 20.1km/L for 4WD vehicles.
Is Nissan Note fuel efficient?
Or are you looking to sell your car? All Nissan Notes are economical, fuel-efficient cars. Even the base 1.2-litre 80 engine averages 60.1mpg – it’s no low-tech alternative, despite its entry-level price.
Why did they stop making Nissan Note?
In 2017, the second-generation Note was replaced by the French-built K14 Micra for the European market. The Versa Note was discontinued in North America in 2019 due to the decreasing demand for subcompact hatchbacks in the region.
Is Nissan Note good for long drive?
It’s OK for journeys up to an hour, but any longer I start to ache between my shoulders as I don’t like the seats – they are not up to long journeys. The supercharged engine is really nippy and it’s easy to park with the all-round cameras. If you want to be really comfortable this is not the car for you.
How long will a Nissan Note last?
Nissans may not have the street appeal of a BMW or a Cadillac, but they consistently rank as one the most reliable car brands. You can expect a Nissan to last around 250,000 miles and more than 15 years (at minimum) if you maintain the vehicle properly.
What is the best engine in the Nissan Note?
It’s hard to believe today, but the best engine in the Nissan Note was the 1.5-litre diesel. With 200Nm of torque on hand, the diesel Note is easy to drive and has enough punch for motorway driving – even with a full boot or passengers on board.
What is the fastest Nissan Note?
Naturally, the supercharged 1.2-litre engine is the fastest Note on sale, although it’s perhaps not as fast as its high-tech nature sounds: it does 0-62mph in 11.8 seconds, instead of the regular car’s 13.7 seconds. An Xtronic CVT automatic version of the DiG-S is also available, which does 0-62mph in 12.6 seconds.