On the eve of the debut at the Motor Show in Geneva, Nissan declassified the second generation of Note compact for Europe. Nissan, together with the new Note, intends to seriously compete with the Ford Fiesta, which after last year has become the most popular car in the world. For these purposes, the Japanese company, when working on NOTE, decided to move away from the original concept of compact minivan, turning the car into a full -fledged hatchback. However, the second generation Nissan Note from the predecessor nevertheless inherited the spacious interior and high landing of the driver. The head of the promotion department of the Herv Genin model believes that Nissan Note will be able to repeat the success of Qashqai and Juke models. “As in the case of Qashqai and Juke, we offer the buyer the best qualities of two types of cars: excellent cross -country ability, spacious interior and attractive appearance,” Genin noted. It is worth noting that the second -generation Nissan Note will gather at the same factory in Sanderland, where the production of mentioned Qashqai and Juke has been established. Когда же Nissan Note доберется до своего конвейера осенью текущего года, модель сможет будет комплектоваться одним из трех доступных моторов. The base will become a 1.2-liter gasoline 79-horsepower unit, its forced up to 97 liters will also be available.With. version. Diesel modification will be represented by a 89-horsepower 1.5-liter unit. 5-speed “mechanics” goes to the standard, and the bearing variator is offered as an option.You can also . The design of the new Nissan Note is directly follows from the Invitation concept shown last year at a car dealership in Geneva. Modifications for Japan from North America have already been presented, but the European version received a number of unique improvements. This includes a new grille of the radiator, hood, cast wheels and drawn lines of the body, as well as new seats and dashboard. The debut of the European Nissan Note will take place at the Motor Show in Geneva in March.
Nissan showed his competitor Ford Fiesta!