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Nissan launch the Note N-TEC edition and Seat to launch a new crossover

Seat who are famous for their Leon range are all set to launch a brand new crossover vehicle which is set to become available in three years time. The new seven seater will be joined alongside by two more crossover vehicles all packing seven seats over the next three years. The new model on the agenda is to be one of those three models and it may arrive even just before 2018 arrives. Seat are yet to confirm this news themselves let alone any specifications of the car but we can expect to see some similar features carry over to the model from some of their best selling vehicles with the Leon being the obvious choice. Both diesel and petrol offerings are expected to be revealed aswell as a front wheel drive platform and a four wheel drive too. The earliest we can expect to see deliveries on these three new models is 2016.


The Nissan Note NTEC edition

Nissan have just launched their brand new special edition variant of their Note model which has been given the 'NTEC' name. All areas of the car see upgrades thanks to the new edition being introduced which carries changes made to the body design and even interior features too aswell as some extra pieces of kit. We will first start off with the added equipment to come along with the car. We all love our gadgets and technology right, well that is where the Nissan Note becomes more appealing. Rear view cameras,a DAB digital radio and automatic windscreen wipers are just some of the standard kit added to the Note. Not forgetting about optional extras though which sees a start button rather than a key ignition and a keyless entry system is also on offer.


Exterior and interior design changes

There is just as much work done to the outside of the car as there is the inside and that is where the likes of new alloy wheels spreading sixteen inches take bow aswell as newly designed headlights and revisions made to both front and back bumpers. The grille has also now been made in a Black colour design. Nissan are also looking to make the interior design more sportier than ever before and we think that they achieve this very well by offering a leather steering wheel aswell as leather seating in Black with Blue stitching. Safety features such as blind spot monitoring and a lane departure warning assistance are just some of the standard kit added to the 'NTEC'. The new sporty Nissan Note is on sale now with prices starting from £15,365.