Nissan Note interior
It all starts positively inside, with a cabin that is a vast improvement on the old car.
The Note‘s design is definitely more interesting than before – with a hint of some of Nissan’s recent models in here – and it all feels a little more upmarket than it used to. Not too much, though, because some of the plastics are really hard and scratchy.
Space is definitely the redeeming feature of this cabin
Standard on mid-range cars is a touchscreen infotainment system that is easy to use and fast to respond. However, just about any rival has a similar system with similar features so the Note doesn’t stand out in this area. As an upside, the postcode lookup is dead simple and the route prompts are easy to follow so you should have a stress-free experience.
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