The new Nissan Note Black Edition wants to come out sporty black. The Japanese belongs to the van segment and with a maximum of 98 hp is not exactly what you would call a product of dynamism, but why shouldn't a mini van also look good? The special model comes up with black accents inside and out, which are supposed to suggest elegance and sportiness. In addition, there is a lavish standard equipment and wants to make the Nissan more attractive.
On the outside, the special model can be recognized by the exterior mirrors, door handles and the surrounds of the fog lights in a black piano lacquer look, which are complemented by pretty 16-inch light alloy wheels in high-gloss black. The roof spoiler in the same color, which is part of the "Design & Sport Package", creates a bold impression. Together with the windows, which are tinted dark from the B-pillar, this creates a dynamic character.
Inside, this image continues on the Nissan Note through a black headliner and a center console in black piano lacquer. As already announced, the standard equipment is also at a high level. Thus, the equipment line Acenta forms a rich base and provides a multifunction leather steering wheel, electric windows all around, a Bluetooth interface, a light and rain sensor and an automatic climate control. The Black Edition is joined by the NissanConnect navigation system with its 5,8-inch touch screen and also has a smartphone integration and the use of Google services. For a change in audio enjoyment, a digital radio with six speakers and a Bluetooth interface with hands-free and audio streaming.
The Nissan Note Black Edition starts at prices starting at € 17.545. As standard, there is a dark blue paintwork that can be exchanged for one of six other metallic paints - such as the attractive silver that can be seen in the photos. The 1.2 liter petrol engine with 80 hp is the starting point for the drives. A supercharged petrol engine with 98 hp ranks above it. In the case of the diesel engines, one can fall back on a 1.5 liter four-cylinder with 90 hp, which is supposed to consume only 3,6 liters per 100 km. So not everything as dark as the name suggests.