Compact and spacious family car the Nissan Note is to get a new fully-integrated audio and satellite navigation system.
This upgrade is likely to boost interest in the used Nissan market, with demand for the outgoing model increasing.
The Note is the first car in the Nissan Range to introduce Nissan Connect which has a touch screen display, built-in CD/radio, iPod gateway and, of course Bluetooth.
Road maps can now be viewed in 2D or 3D format thanks to the Note’s sat nav system. Gyro sensors and speed sensors will assist in the identification of the direction of travel, so if a turning is inadvertently missed the estimated time of arrival can be adjusted and new directions given promptly.
The system will come as standard on Tekna and as a £400 option on the Acenta.
Other changes have been made to. The flexi-board boot storage system now has a vertical position to stop items falling around whilst driving.
Prices for the 2009 Note start from as little as £9,795 on the road.
Written by Trevor Coffee