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The Nissan Note is a small car that can be all things to all people.It has been described as a cross between a hatchback and an MPV in the past, but Nissan themselves tend to describe it as a city car. All we know is it’s pretty easy on the eye, comes packed with great tech and is perfect for your lifestyle. 

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  • 49 Monthly Payments £360
  • Total Price £18,530
  • Customer Deposit £0
  • Amount of Credit £18,530
  • Apr 12.9%
  • Term 49 months
  • Total Amount Payable £25,578
  • Fixed Rate of Interest 12.18%
  • Annual Mileage 8,000
  • Optional Final Payment £8,272


The Nissan Note was originally developed as a supermini or a mini MPV. The Nissan Note was first launched in 2004 and built its reputation in Japan and Europe. Later, the vehicle was sold in Mexico and America. 

The second generation of the Nissan Note failed to impress the American and European markets and was replaced by the Micra in many places, however, the third generation was met with more enthusiasm. 

Throughout its history the Nissan Note has proved to be a reliable alternative to smaller cars like the Micra, offering excellent inner city potential. From its third generation the Note has stepped into its own, with a range of hybrid models. 


A second hand Nissan Note is an excellent choice for a range of purposes. The second generation saw a shift towards the supermini sector, but the Note was still more of an MPV. This appealed to many consumers who liked the additional quality and style. 

A used Nissan Note makes the perfect small car for an individual living alone or a family member. The slightly odd shape of the Nissan Note works to its advantage as it means you get an exceptionally roomy car in the guise of a supermini. It has excellent safety features and a super charged three cylinder engine, ideal for those short getaways. 

It's a little surprising the second generation model failed to impress. It ticks all the right boxes for those seeking a practice small car. Perhaps it was just a little dull, but if you don't mind that, you can pick a bargain with a second hand Note that delivers where it matters. 


Broadly, there are four generations of Nissan Note to choose from when you're buying second hand. The oldest ones reach back to 2005 with the latest generation introduced in 2017. Each generation has its consciousness of trims.

If you want a Nissan Note that still has value you're probably looking at the second generation models. These are very similar to the Nissan Micra. This version of the Note offers plenty of passenger space, a 295 litre trunk, and underfloor storage. 

For more space inside you can shift forward the back bench to increase the trunk space or fold it flat all together. For its generation the Nissan Note comes with features you might normally expect – a reversing camera and road sensors, for instance. 


Used Nissan Notes come from three generations of the vehicle. The earliest versions of the Note we developed by the Japanese manufacturers who eventually admitted their performance was not as effective as their French counterparts. 

From 2008 the second generation was more successful after the company introduced important changes to take the brand forward. These included new headlights, hood, grille, and bumper. The vehicles from this generation strike the perfect balance between space and performance. 


When you buy a Nissan Note you don't expect a high performance vehicle – you want something practical and reliable. This is reflected in the limited three engine options of the Nissan Note. Choose from two 1.5 litre engines and one diesel engine. These engines are used in other Nissan cars of the class and offer steady reliability.

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