Nissan officially unveils the European version of the second-generation Note, a hatchback model which will be built in the UK and will debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
Under the bonnet, the Japanese carmaker will offer a total of three engines starting with a base 1.2-liter gasoline unit producing 79hp and 110Nm of torque.
A more powerful variant with 97hp and 142Nm of torque will be available as well, fuel economy figures being rated at 4,3 lt/100km or 65,7mpg UK.
On the other hand, a 1.5-liter turbodiesel will be the alternative to the gasoline units. It will return fuel economy figures as low as 3,6 lt/100km (78,5mpg UK) and 95 g/km of CO2.
In terms of styling, the second-gen Note comes with revised bumpers, alloy wheels, optical blocks and front grille. Inside, buyers will get a new center console, revised trims, instrument panel and materials. The new Nissan Note will go on sale in Europe this fall with pricing to be announced soon.
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