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Nissan's Note is positioning itself as an affordable car that comes with state-of-the-art technology not accustomed to this type of model.
Bristol Street Motors

New Nissan Note: Affordable technology in a box

New Nissan Note: Affordable technology in a box

The new Nissan Note is looking to change the way that B-segment cars are viewed, coming equipped as it does with the kind of state-of-the-art technology not seen on small vehicles.

There are a plethora of features that will wow customers expecting much more from a car these days, and the new Note certainly delivers on technological advancements.

New developments, which are usually the privy of premium models, include a blind spot warning system, an advanced moving object detection system and an innovative lane departure warning tool.

All three of these new systems use data from a camera attached to the rear view of the car. This delivers, come rain or shine, a clear image, made possible to an in-built wash and blow dry function.

All three systems operate using data from the rear wide view camera, which delivers a clear image no matter what the weather thanks to an in-built wash and blow dry function – a perfect example of the new Note’s in-built engineering innovation.

"The New Note is also the first car in the B-segment to offer around view monitor (AVM)," Nissan stated.

This "multi-camera helicopter view" parking support system provides drivers with clear visibility around the car, making even the most difficult of manoeuvres easier than ever to perform.

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