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2014 Nissan Note Review

We love the Nissan Note for being one of the most spacious hatchbacks in the market offering excellent legroom that is far much better than most station wagons in the market. It is also an efficient car that ranks highly in fuel economy which makes it an excellent car to buy for people on a tight budget. It competes with the Toyota Ractis, Subaru Trezia, Honda Fit and Mazda Demio.
From Ksh 850.000
1 KM

2013 Nissan Note Review

The Nissan Note has been undergoing steady improvements over the years and it's now one of most decent hatchbacks you can buy in Kenya. It competes with the Toyota Ractis, Subaru Trezia, Honda Fit and Mazda Demio. It boasts of a spacious interior that is at par with the best hatchbacks and it can comfortably seat 5 adults.
From Ksh 750000-850000
1 KM

2012 Nissan Note Review

My initial view of the Nissan Note - and this was from a casual observer's point of view - was that, it's a mundane car with nothing really going for it. This is not a surprising view as many other people would tend to concur. But not until I stepped into this second generation Nissan Note that I was totally transposed. Beneath the passive veneer lies a serious contender to the hatchback throne.
From Ksh 750000-850000
1 KM