Nissan’s acclaimed family car, NOTE, has picked up two accolades in the 2007 Which? Car survey, published this week. Voted a Best Buy in its category, Which? magazine described NOTE as “a spiritual successor to an old reader favourite”. Cars gain Best Buy status by impressing not only the testers at the magazine but also those who own them, over the past 12 months. Which? goes on to say that “a well-equipped NOTE is all the car you’ll ever need.”
In addition to being voted a Best Buy, the NOTE also tops the reliability table in the same category. The Reliability Survey looks at new cars, up to two years old taking into account breakdowns, faults and niggles. The NOTE was a clear winner in its category with a score of 94 per cent, well above the average score of 88 per cent, which suggests “an almost trouble-free year of motoring”.
Commenting on the two awards from Which?, Guy Ainsley, Brand Manager for Family cars at Nissan said: “We are delighted that our customers are genuinely happy with their cars and are willing to shout about it. To receive these accolades from Which? magazine confirms what we believe, that the NOTE is the best car in its class.”
The NOTE range comes with a choice of three engines, 1.4- and 1.6-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre dCi and prices range from £9,990 to £14,190.
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