Nissan Note 2014

Nissan Note 2014 The Mk1 Note was a good small car that was well-made, very useful, and generally reliable. It still makes a lot of sense for anyone on a budget who wants a cheap car with low running costs. So, when the second version came out, we had high hopes, and we weren't let down. The second generation of the Nissan Note didn't change the game, but it did bring several safety features to the segment. It's well-made and has a lot of equipment, as long as you don't buy an entry-level car. Most people who buy a Note do so privately or through Movability, so there are a lot of them with low mileage. If you read the owner reviews on our official site you'll see that some people wish they hadn't bought a certain model because of the engine or gearbox. So, we can recommend the Nissan Note, but you have to buy the right version for your needs to make sure you won't be disappointed. The base Note Visia has a stop/start button, electric front windows, a central locking remote, and cruise control. The Acenta comes next. It has 15-inch alloy wheels (16-inch alloys on DIG-S models), air conditioning, Bluetooth, and a sliding rear bench seat. Climate control and automatic lights and wipers are added to the Acenta Premium.


▪️Stock No. Y-0649 ▪️Location Khushi Motors Msa branch ▪️Vin No. E12-198 ▪️Body Type. Hatchback ▪️Make. Nissan ▪️Model Note ▪️Mileage. 185355 Km ▪️Fuel Type. Petrol ▪️Engine Capacity 1200cc ▪️ the Year 2014 ▪️Transmission Automatic ▪️Drive Type 2WD ▪️Ext Color. Purple ▪️Int. Color. Black ▪️Doors. 5 ▪️Seats. 5 ▪️Drive side. Right Hand Side

Additional Features:

Alloy rims, power mirrors/windows/doors, AC, LCD screen, cup holders, Radio, ample boot space