Nissan announced the pricing of its latest B segment competitor in July, the new Nissan Note. Prices will start at £11,900 with three engines available at launch. Buyers using AutoeBid’s unique reverse auction format can expect the best new car deals and substantial discounts off the car’s RRP, with the entry 1.2 Visia 5d at £10,699 a staggering discount of £1,200 just after launch.

Nissan will offer four trim levels: Visia, Acenta, Acenta Premium and Tekna. Range-topping Tekna spec cars will start at £15,590.

In a bid to compete with impressive rivals such like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo, fuel economy has been increased by more than 10% across the range whilst carbon dioxide emissions range from 95g/km to 199g/km. The new Note will cost nothing to tax in the first year and up to £30 subsequently.

The range starts with the 79bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine but a more powerful 1.5-litre diesel with 89bhp will also be offered. A range-topping 97bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine will go on sale from January next year. Engine Stop/Start is standard in the new 1.5 dCi engine, giving it a combined fuel economy of 78.5mpg. The base 1.2-litre petrol engine, meanwhile, returns a combined 60.1mpg.

The new Note will also be available with the Nissan Safety Shield system. This includes blind-spot warning, lane departure warning and moving object detection, which indentifies and alerts the driver to moving objects when reversing.

Whilst AutoeBid will be offering thousands of pounds off the price of the new Nissan Note, such savings our already available on rival vehicles. The new car deals below represent normal examples of AutoeBid’s savings.

Ford Fiesta 1.0 Titanium          RRP £14,445     AutoeBid £12,359          Saving £2,095

VW Polo 1.2 60 R Line Style     RRP £12,520     AutoeBid £11,272          Saving £1,248

Citroen C3 1.2 VTi Selection     RRP £13,500     AutoeBid £10,823          Saving £2,677

Audi A1 1.2 TFSI SE                 RRP £13,790     AutoeBid £12,896          Saving £894

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