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Nissan Note e Power summary

The Nissan Note was first manufactured in 2004 and primarily marketed in Japan and Europe. In 2016, the Note was introduced with a series hybrid drivetrain as the Note e-Power. The third-generation Note was launched in Japan on 24 November 2020 by Nissan. This variant is only available with the ePower series hybrid 2WD or 4WD drivetrain (introduced in 2021). In this, one electric motor powers the front axle and another motor powers the rear axle.

Engine Options Available: The Nissan Note ePower is available in two variants - Lite and Premium. The premium variant is equipped with a 3-cylinder in-line 12-valve DOHC Engine with a capacity of 1198 cc. It has a horsepower of 85KW (114bhp) and a torque of 254 Nm at 0-3008rpm. It has a lithium-ion battery with a battery capacity of 1.5kWh.

The Nissan Note ePower is a Hybrid car powered by a battery-operated motor and petrol. An engine that runs on petrol charges the electric motor.

Transmission: The Nissan Note ePower has a front-wheel drive and a single-speed reduction gear, i.e., it is available with an automatic transmission.

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The Note ePower is Nissan’s latest hybrid offering. It is expected to be launched in May 2022 in India. This is a hybrid vehicle that uses petrol and an electric engine. The Nissan Note ePower is available in 8 colours in Japan and Singapore: vivid blue, super black, garnet red, emerald green, deep blue mica, brilliant white pearl, etc., but we do not have any information on which colours will be available in India.

The key feature is that the Note e-Power is a car with a range extender that has a 1.2-litre petrol engine. Its sole purpose is to charge the car’s batteries, which power the vehicle’s 108hp electric motor. The engine operates in the optimum rev range because it does not power the wheels directly, which gives this car maximum efficiency.

The new Nissan Note has an improved modern interior. The driver can configure the digital dashboard to display information. The premium model has been upholstered in black leather, which complements the premium look of the vehicle. It also has an intelligent rearview mirror that utilises a back camera for comfortable and convenient reverse and parking. Because it hasn’t been launched yet, it is difficult to say how it will be priced, but industry experts estimate that it will be priced under INR 20 lakh. The Hyundai Kona Electric may give stiff competition to the Nissan Note ePower because they are expected to fall in the same price bracket. The Toyota Glanza may be another competitor to this car.

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The sleek and modern design of the Nissan Note ePower will appeal to the new-gen driver. The leather upholstery in the premium variant adds to the appeal of this vehicle.

The Nissan Note ePower comes equipped with a 9.0 touchscreen infotainment system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The hybrid drivetrain of this model is its USP. The petrol engine works like a generator to produce electricity, which is then stored in the battery and sent to an electric motor. The electric motor then drives the car's wheels.

Multiple safety features include High Beam Assist, Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and Intelligent Lane Intervention.

You don’t have to worry about range anxiety, i.e., the battery running out while driving because of the hybrid drivetrain.

Mileage of 22kmpl.

Enough space for five passengers.

Though the hybrid drivetrain is its USP, it does have its faults. The engine sounds rough and quite noisy when it’s running, and it sounds quite loud when pushed hard.

The price may be a deterrent, but you need to remember that you are paying for a hybrid vehicle.

Ride quality needs improvement.

No rear air conditioner or USBs.

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The Nissan Note ePower is doing well in other Asian countries where it has already been launched. The car ticks all the boxes in terms of styling, comfort and looks. It is a reliable vehicle with various modern features and excellent design and performance reviews. The Hyundai Kona EV or the soon-to-be-launched Honda City Hybrid could well give the Nissan Note ePower stiff competition unless Nissan can manage to locally manufacture parts of the Note ePower in India to reduce the price.

This Nissan product has a multi-function steering wheel and keyless engine start. It has auto headlight, retractable side mirrors, and a Bluetooth interface. Other interesting features include a 9” touchscreen infotainment system, Intelligent Emergency Braking and pedestrian detection system, lane departure warning, intelligent driver alertness, etc. Both the lite and premium variants are said to give a mileage of 22 kmpl.

It has a 340ltr boot and can accommodate three adults comfortably in the rear. The Nissan Note ePower is a light car to drive and acceleration is quick. However, it isn’t without its drawbacks, such as the engine may sound loud and noisy when running. When it comes to safety, the Note ePower comes equipped with seven airbags and traction control. Its advanced safety technology offers 360 degrees of coverage for additional safety. 1,470 MPa ultra-high tensile steel has been adopted in the vehicle chassis for better safety and to reduce the impact of an accident. Hybrid cars are generally seen in the SUV category, but the Nissan Note ePower has done well for itself and has created a reputation for itself.

This is an ideal buy for someone looking for a hybrid vehicle that is efficient and affordable. Ideal for a family of five, the Nissan Note ePower is value for money because it does not have a limited range and is a reliable vehicle. It offers the practicality of a hatchback with excellent fuel efficiency.

Nissan Note e Power key specification

Features

Body Type Hatchback

Fuel Type Electric(Battery)

TransmissionType Automatic

Fuel Tank Capacity

Service Cost (Avg. of 5 years) No

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