The mini MPV Nissan Note has become firm family favourite in the last 10 years as it combines everything that is loved about a hatchback (cost, fuel economy and safety) with all the benefits of an MPV (spacious, comfort and secure). Rivalling the likes of the Honda Jazz or the Ford B-Max, the Nissan Note’s raised driving position allows for a comfortable and safe drive.
Built for family life, the Nissan Note is solid and durable for the rough and tumble that can come with kids getting in and out on a regular basis. That being said, entry level versions of the car come with USB, Aux-In and Bluetooth which means this isn’t just a dull car for ferrying the children to school in.
The Note has become increasingly popular in the used marketplace for its standout advantage over rivals – space. The Nissan Note has plenty of excess head room for the tallest passenger and the rear of the car has plenty of space for 3 adults, never mind 3 kids. Boot space is generous at 411 litres which allows for travelling with plenty of bags and items.
At an MPG of 80MPG, the Nissan Note is great buy for a used car buyer looking for a large vehicle for all the family but without having to pay the costs of SUVs or high-end MPVs. The Nissan Note engine range usually has a very low, if not zero, tax charge and insurance costs are equally very affordable compared to rivals.