Launch to take place in first week of November in Japan.
New spyshots of the 2017 Nissan Note (facelift) being dispatched to dealerships in transport carriers have surfaced from Japan, suggesting that a launch is imminent. It is reported to launch in the first week of November.
The model spotted on the carrier appears to be the base e-Power S. It will also be available in e-Power X, e-Power Medalist and e-Power Nismo grades, and prices are expected to range between JPY 1.79 million and JPY 2.44 million.
A slew of spyshots have revealed the changes introduced in the facelifted Nissan Note. It features updated headlamps, Nissan’s V-motion grille, reshaped lower grille and restyled bumper with bigger fog lamps. The rear-end looks largely identical to the outgoing model, save for a new cluster design in the lamps and bumper.
The Nissan Note Hybrid will feature will feature a series hybrid drivetrain, where its electric motors drive the front axle, while the IC petrol engine serves as a range-extender and charges the battery via a generator. Although not official, the Note Hybrid is claimed to offer 37 km/l (Japanese driving cycle).