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Note 1.6 Automatic

Note 1.6 Automatic (Japan, 2005)

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The Nissan Note 1.6 Automatic was launched in 2005. It is the 1st generation of the mini MPV model. It is fitted with a 1598cc engine that produces 110 hp at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 153 nm. The engine is located at the front. This version operates on petrol doing an average of 7.0 l/100km. In terms of performance no other car of this series does it as well as this one. It has the most powerful engine of all variants. The hatchback reaches 100km/h in 11.70 seconds at a top speed of 174 km/h. The engine is mated with a 4-speed automatic transmission. In terms of efficiency, it has a combined fuel consumption of 7.0 l/100km and produces 166.0 g/km of CO2. The version of the Note features rack & pinion steering, at the front it wears disc brakes and at the rear drum brakes. It has a boot volume of 280 l. Although it can be extended by lowering the back seats.

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