Nissan is regarded as one of the very best automobile brands in the world. Best known for their vehicle’s ruggedness and efficiency, the Nissan vehicles are branded mobile machines. While they have not been at the top of the automobile market in Kenya in recent times, they still held in great regards and still respected from all over. Having manufactured amazingly remarkable vehicles over the years, there was one that stood out and in fact, still remains the talk of the town to date: the Nissan Note.

Small, compact, beautiful, and eye-catching, everything about the Nissan Note speaks attraction. It is one of those mini MVPs you have seen on the streets of Kenya and turn to look again. If you are not caught with its lovely design and unique body, you will surely be attracted to its well-organized interior. If efficiency is a factor you consider in vehicles, given the size of the Nissan Note, you wouldn’t be disappointed with its operation and overall functionality.

nissan note prices in kenya

This compact MVP used to exist in three trims, the ‘S’, ‘SE’, and ‘SVE’. The base model featured full electric windows, alloy wheels, and front fog lights or the Flexi-Board boot system. The SE welcomed the introduction of 15-inch alloys, air conditioning, front fog lights, and Flexi-Board boot and the SVE had climate control, rear privacy glass, 16-inch alloys, and ESP. These models and trims have since been replaced with the Visia, Acenta, Acenta R, and the Tekna, although production has stopped. The Visia is almost similar to the old ‘S’ model whereas the Acenta, Acenta R, and Tekna now come fully with an MP3 auxiliary jack and Bluetooth car stereo.

One of the most remarkable things about the Nissan Note is how much they go for in the market. Although they are no longer in production, they still rate among the most sought after small vehicles, especially in the used automobile market in Kenya. In this post, we will take a look at the prices of this compact MVP and see how much they go for in the current market.

Nissan Note Prices in Kenya – Brand New

In Kenya, the Note is among the most popular Nissan cars and rates highly among small MVP automobiles. It is, in fact, one of the most expensive mini MVPs in the country today, thanks to its high level of demand. They can be gotten from international Nissan vendors in major countries. They can also be gotten from local distributors within Kenya. 

The latest Nissan Note is a small car with large interior and frugal engines. It’s an all-round strong car with quality interior features and great driving experience. Presently, the average starting price for the car in Kenya is KES 3,500,000

Key Features And Benefits of Nissan Note

  • Well-built vehicles 
  • Compact models
  • Offers great driving experience.
  • Sufficient space
  • Good fuel consumption level 

Prices of Foreign Used Nissan In Kenya

  • 2015 Nissan Note == from KES 1,000,000
  • 2016 Nissan Note == from KES 1,250,000
  • 2017 Nissan Note == from KES 1,400,000
  • 2018 Nissan Note == from KES 1,700,000
  • 2019 Nissan Note == from KES 1,950,000
  • 2020 Nissan Note == from KES 2,100,000

Prices of Locally Used Nissan Note in Kenya

  • Nissan Note 2015 == from KES 850,000
  • Nissan Note SV Premium 2014 == from KES 800,000
  • Nissan Note 2013 == from KES 750,000
  • Nissan Note 2012 == from KES 600,000
  • Nissan Note 2011 == from KES 500,000

Please note that the variation in prices above is as a result of the inconsistency in the currency exchange rate (especially for foreign used vehicles), variation in custom charges when clearing the vehicle, basic changes required during the acquisition of the vehicle, and other similar charges.

Nissan Note: Things You Should Know About the Vehicle

The Nissan Note is a classic, well-designed small car that is a little larger than a predictable supermini SUV. While it is not a large vehicle, the Nissan Note wows the people with its incredible space in the interior and exceptional flexibility.

This well planned compact automobile is a match for many larger family hatchbacks for passenger space and luggage space, which makes it a front-runner for those seeking maximum practicality for a reasonable amount of money. As long as you avoid the CVT automatic, the Note’s engine choice is pretty proficient. Even the petrol engine is capable of around 66mpg, which is more economical than the most fuel-efficient engine in some other brands.

The sedan boasts two 1.2-litre petrol units and a Renault-Nissan developed 1.5-litre dCi turbodiesel, with all three able to be paired with the standard five-speed manual gearbox and a CVT automatic transmission. In summary, is the Nissan Note a great car to get? Reasonably, yes!

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