2016 Nissan Note Black Edition: complete guide

The new Nissan Note Black Edition should cater for drivers looking for a slightly sporty-looking supermini with a practical and spacious interior. Read on to find out how it differs from the standard model.

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The Note Black Edition features new body-coloured bumpers, side skirts and black headlight surrounds. The 16-inch alloy wheels come in a gloss black finish to match the black painted door handles and the upgraded rear spoiler.

The Black Edition’s cabin benefits from subtly revised trim pieces, including a gloss black centre console, a black gear knob and a headlining trimmed in black fabric instead of the usual light grey. Electric front and rear windows are fitted as standard, but a touchscreen infotainment system is an optional extra.

The Black Edition is based on the high-spec Acenta trim level and, as a result, comes as standard with air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity and a leather-trimmed multifunction steering wheel. Unlike Acenta models, the Black Edition is only available in two colours – pearlescent White Storm and metallic Pearl Black.

Customers will be offered a choice of two engines – a 1.5-litre diesel or a 1.2-litre petrol engine. Entry-level Black Edition cars with a 1.2-litre engine will be priced from £14,415.

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Check out the carwow deals on offer by using our Nissan Note configurator. If you’re not sure what your next car should be, read our list of the 10 best superminis currently on sale, or take a look at our car chooser tool and deals pages to narrow down your search.

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