Nissan Motor has stated that the 2017 Nissan Note has entered production in the company's production facility in Oppama, Japan.
The 2017 Nissan Note will be launched in the first week of November. The new model's brochure reveals that the 2017 Note will be available in Note e-Power X and e-Power Medalist variants.
The new facelifted Note comes with updated headlamps with projector lighting, Nissan's V-motion grille, redesigned lower grille and redesigned bumper with fog lamps.
The rear end of the Note looks similar to the current outgoing model except for a new cluster design in the lamps and restyled bumper.
The top of the line e-Power Medalist will be equipped with Premium White interior with dual-tone leather upholstery, leather wrapped steering wheel, satin ivory trim garnish on the centre console and door panel and driver's seat armrest.
The e-Power hybrid model comes with a hybrid drivetrain, where the electric motors propel the front axle and the internal combustion petrol unit helps in extending the range of the Note.
Nissan claims that the Note Hybrid can deliver a mileage of 32km/l (Japanese driving cycle). The Note e-Power X and e-Power Medalist comes with a price tag of 19,59,120 yen (approximately Rs 12.6 lakh) and 22,44,240 (approximately Rs 14.4 lakh) respectively.
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