Driven: Nissan Note Information

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Model Tested: Nissan Note Tekna 1.5 dCi Stop/Start System

Price: £17,100.

The Nissan Note range starts at £12,100 for the 1.2 80PS Visia spec, rising to £17,100 for the 1.5 dCi Tekna and 1.2 DIG-S Tekna.

Good and Bad

Good Stuff: Loads of room, clever packaging, quite good looking, cheap to run.

Bad Stuff: Ride quality a bit rough at low speed, lack of style on the inside.

Performance

Maximum Speed: 111 mph
0-62 mph: 11.9 seconds

Economy and Costs

Official combined fuel economy: 78.5 mpg
Front Seat Driver Test economy: N/A mpg
CO2 Emissions: 92 g/km
Road Tax Band: A / £0.00
Company Car Tax at 40%: £889

Technical Details

Engine: 1.5 litre four cylinder direct injection turbocharged diesel
Power: 89 bhp (90 PS)
Torque: 148 lb-ft (200 Nm)

Length: 4,100 mm
Width: 1,695 mm (exc mirrors)
Height: 1,530 mm
Wheelbase: 2,600 mm
Kerb weight: N/A

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Phil Huff

Phil is a motoring writer for print and web, failed racing driver, car hoarder and banger rally competitor. Nominated for the Headline Auto Rising Star award and a MGMW member, Phil freelances for outlets as diverse as Diesel Car magazine, DAD.info and Cambridge Magazine, amongst many others. He also maintains a fleet of unloved motors, but spends most of his time driving an old Corvette.

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