Nissan Note Black Edition Gets a Taste of the Dark Size
You can't go wrong with black, can you?
It's still a Nissan Note, but with a hefty infusion of black brought by the Dynamic Styling Pack. Therefore, expect sportier and body-colored front and rear bumpers, side skirts and black bezel headlight plus a performance-flavored black spoiler.
Starting to get bored by so much black? Hang on, because we're only halfway through the styling changes list.
On the outside, the Nissan Note Black Edition promises instantly recognizable looks courtesy of 16-inch alloys, mirror covers and B- and C-pillar inserts. Again, black is the car's gist.
Rounding up the package on the inside, a gloss black finish for the center console and the gear shifter knob. It's also worth saying that the limited Black Edition was developed on the Acenta trim level, thus every vehicle offers air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity and a leather steering wheel with audio controls.
Since we're looking at a mild factory customization in the sense that there are no power upgrades whatsoever available for the Nissan Note Black Edition, clients will be able to choose any of the four engines already present in the Note range: the 1.5-litre dCi 90 manual, 1.2-litre 80 manual, 1.2-litre DIG-S 98 manual and 1.2-litre DIG-S 98 CVT automatic.