The Nissan Note
The Nissan Note

One of the UK's best value new superminis is now an award winning used car too. The super-versatile Nissan Note has swept aside the competition to scoop the title of What Car? Used Car of the Year 2009 - Best Supermini.

And it is with gushing praise that the expert used car judges at What Car? handed over the award to the British built Nissan. Readers of the What Car? Used Car of the Year 2009 supplement are told: "You'll be surprised just how much room there is inside. In fact, it's so successful in its use of space that you can almost think of it as a small MPV, rather than a supermini."

Having bettered every rival in its class, the Note very nearly won the overall What Car? Used Car of the Year 2009 title, but instead finished runner-up to a more costly family saloon.

On sale in the UK since March 2006, the Note offers great value for money for any used car buyer searching for space, style and quality in an amazingly compact package.

A range of frugal petrol and diesel engines are available, meaning there is a used Nissan Note to suit every driver.

Nissan's UK MD, Paul Willcox comments: "This is a tremendous accolade for the Note, which is proving not only to be a superb new car purchase but also a great option for used car buyers. We've worked tirelessly to push the boundaries of quality and durability expected in the supermini class, and this is helping the Note to remain dependable and desirable for buyers of both new and second-hand examples."

Published : 20/10/09 Author : Staff

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