The automobile brand has revealed the new Nissan Note Black Edition. The car has been priced at £14,415.
Compared to the base model, the special edition is much higher for which a wide range of new components and design changes are being offered.
As the name suggests, the Black Edition features a rich black finish with a glossy touch throughout the car including the pillars, the door handles and the door mirrors. The black finish is carried throughout the particular edition on the boot spoiler and the 16-inch alloy wheels. The interiors feature a black glossy dashboard which is shared by the gear stick, the door handles, black headliner and other areas.
In the Note Black Edition, Nissan has upgraded the model with electric rear windows making it easy for the passengers onboard to control them. The infotainment system is connected to the Nissan Connect proprietary but it is purely an option choice that buyers can choose to ignore. There is no mandatory requirement to use the service offered by Nissan. The company offers the new special edition for Acenta trim owners. All the standard components found in the trimline will be part of the package.
When compared with the base model, the new Nissan Note Black Edition is priced £3,420. For budget buyers, the pricing might deter them from going for the car. However, for everyone else who likes to have a different variant with the Acenta trim, the Black Edition of the Note is the best choice available in the market. It brings a host of new upgrades, a stylish black gloss finish and better features than the entry level model.
The model is powered by a 1.2-liter DiG-S petrol engine and an alternative option would be the 1.5-liter dCi diesel engine. Both of them are available as a tuned version to offer the best performance on road while maintaining fuel efficiency. The more powerful petrol engine variant does offer buyers a chance to upgrade their vehicle with a CVT transmission system.
The company has confirmed that they have not changed the mechanical aspect of the Note. The sporty exterior finish is the only change along with the black finish that has been used throughout the model. While all these features are appealing, the company has confirmed that the Nissan Note Nismo which is going to be an exclusive addition to those in the Japanese market. There is no plan to bring it to other regions.