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Note 1.4

Note 1.4 (Japan, 2005)

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Debuted in 2005, this Nissan Note 1.4 belongs to the 1st generation of the Note model. Powered by a straight 4 1386cc engine the version achieves up to 88 hp and a maximum torque of 128 nm. This hatchback features the smallest available engine in this generation. Regarding the performance of this Note 1.4, it reaches a top speed of 165 km/h and takes 12.80 seconds to go from 0 to 100km/h. It has a manual transmission and front wheel drive. In terms of efficiency, this mini MPV-version's combined fuel consumption is fixed at 6.3 l/100km. The version of the Note measures 1550 mm in height, 1690 mm in width and 4083 mm in length. Its wheelbase is 2600 mm long and the track at the front is 1470 mm and at the back 1460 mm. The Nissan Note 1.4 features rack & pinion steering, at the front it wears disc brakes and at the rear drum brakes.

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