MPV manufactured and marketed by Nissan since 2004. It is a five-door hatchback with Intelligent Key with proximity sensors, arched roof line from Fusion concept car, boomerang LED rear 2015 nissan altima key slot from Nissan Qashqai, double-deck four-slot grille from Nissan Murano, 17 inch alloy wheels, brushed aluminium interior fittings, dark grey exterior body colour, perforated ‘metallic’ black and silver leather upholstery, light grey headlining with predominantly black trim, sports seats, twin glass strips run the length of the roof, two deep set dials behind three spoke steering wheel, brushed aluminium display panel with satellite navigation screen and climate control system, glove box slot, brushed aluminium centre console-cum-armrest with storage area. The vehicle was unveiled in 2004 Paris Motor Show. The retail models of Nissan Note is based on the design of Nissan Tone Concept.
Japan model went on sale in 2005-01-20. Early Nissan Note models include 15RX, 15E, 15S, 15S V-package, 15E FOUR, 15S FOUR, 15S FOUR V-package. Early Nissan Note Rider models include 15S, 15S V-package, 15S FOUR, 15S FOUR V-package. European model was unveiled in 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show, followed by 2006 Geneva Motor Show.
Retail models went on sale in Spring 2006. The United Kingdom was the first market to have the Note launch there, on 1 March. Vauxhall Meriva and Citroën C3 Picasso as well as the Modus. It is manufactured at Nissan’s plant in Washington, England, as an indirect successor to the conventional medium-sized Almera hatchback which ceased production at Washington in November 2006.
United Kingdom, although it has been available since March 2009 with models sourced by the Arnold Clark dealership network from the Republic of Ireland. The Nissan Note used to be available in three specifications, the ‘S’, ‘SE’ and ‘SVE’. The base model was equipped with full electric windows, alloy wheels and front fog lights or the Flexi-Board boot system.