THE NISSAN Note range has been slightly revised for 2012, with N-TEC+ replacing Tekna at the top of the range, and the mid-range Acenta gaining extra equipment. Acenta models will this year be indentified by chrome-effect door mirrors and front foglight surrounds, as well as standard 16-inch alloy wheels that replace the old 15-inch set. A new grade of cloth covers the seats, complete with blue stitching. Nissan claims a more premium feel. Also now standard are climate control, automatic headlights and auto wipers as well. N-TEC+ sits at the top of the range above Acenta, replacing both N-TEC and Tekna. It has all the Acenta’s equipment but adds rear parking sensors, privacy glass and satellite navigation. Prices start at £11,200 for the entry-level Visia, with Acenta costing from £13,000 and N-TEC+ from £13,500. The first 2012 Notes will be arriving in dealers within the next fortnight.
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