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Old 29-05-2017, 07:47 AM   #61
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I sold my 6 years old Swift for the Note. I believe I know better when it comes to comparison between the two.

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Old 14-07-2017, 04:55 PM   #62
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Hi,

I am looking at the Note now and intend to trade in my Jazz (10 years this month-end).

I would like to ask any Note owners here can share

1) Is the side mirror auto fold up when you lock the car using remote key?
2) Is there a option (like a button) to turn on/off so that the electric motor is not cut off when car stop at the traffic light?

During test drive and stop at traffic light, I feel aircon is not running, only fan is blowing fan probably due to electric motor shutdown.

Appreciate the bro here to comments.
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Old 14-07-2017, 05:33 PM   #63
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I cant find any forum or owners group for Nissan Note.
Not even in Nissan Car Owners Group.

I can see quite a lot of Note on the road now.
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Old 14-07-2017, 05:35 PM   #64
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Why dont get nissan sylphy instead? More class and spacious..
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Old 15-07-2017, 09:07 AM   #65
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Why dont get nissan sylphy instead? More class and spacious..
Beyond my budget
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Old 15-07-2017, 03:14 PM   #66
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My friends trade in jazz n jazz lei
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Old 16-07-2017, 03:18 PM   #67
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Hi,

I am looking at the Note now and intend to trade in my Jazz (10 years this month-end).

I would like to ask any Note owners here can share

1) Is the side mirror auto fold up when you lock the car using remote key?
2) Is there a option (like a button) to turn on/off so that the electric motor is not cut off when car stop at the traffic light?

During test drive and stop at traffic light, I feel aircon is not running, only fan is blowing fan probably due to electric motor shutdown.

Appreciate the bro here to comments.
1) Yes
2) Yes

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Old 16-07-2017, 05:53 PM   #68
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Why dont get nissan sylphy instead? More class and spacious..
You have to wait for new batch to come in. Current sylphy is not Euro6 compliance.
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Old 17-07-2017, 08:19 AM   #69
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Beyond my budget
My advice is go for new jazz instead of note. I think jazz is just a few k more.
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Old 17-07-2017, 08:56 AM   #70
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My advice is go for new jazz instead of note. I think jazz is just a few k more.
That's my desire. Jazz is out of stock since June. As per KM, new model of face-lift model will be in Nov/Dec and will be euro 6. I will not consider PI (Fit). My guess is new Jazz will be in at least 90k if coe stay at 45k and above.
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Old 17-07-2017, 07:23 PM   #71
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That's my desire. Jazz is out of stock since June. As per KM, new model of face-lift model will be in Nov/Dec and will be euro 6. I will not consider PI (Fit). My guess is new Jazz will be in at least 90k if coe stay at 45k and above.
The Note 1.2SC is really quite a drive. Give it a test drive.

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Old 17-07-2017, 08:15 PM   #72
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My advice is go for new jazz instead of note. I think jazz is just a few k more.
Jazz no power lei, wait for the new turbo charged Suzuki swift sport
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Old 18-07-2017, 08:23 AM   #73
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Jazz no power lei, wait for the new turbo charged Suzuki swift sport
Jazz got more power than note... dont buy swift..no space..sure regret in the long term.
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Old 18-07-2017, 11:35 AM   #74
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Hi,

I am looking at the Note now and intend to trade in my Jazz (10 years this month-end).

I would like to ask any Note owners here can share

1) Is the side mirror auto fold up when you lock the car using remote key? (You'll need to pay $85 or nego with your Sales Advisor to throw this in for free, otherwise you can manually press the button to close it)
2) Is there a option (like a button) to turn on/off so that the electric motor is not cut off when car stop at the traffic light? (Yes, there is a engine start stop off button)

During test drive and stop at traffic light, I feel aircon is not running, only fan is blowing fan probably due to electric motor shutdown.

Appreciate the bro here to comments.
Hi bro,

I am a new owner of the 2017 Nissan Note (Supercharged) premium model. In short, the highest specs out of the 4 being offered by Tan Chong motor. Just recently collected my car around 2 weeks ago.

Same situation like you, I fell in love with Honda Jazz, the sleek design and the price wise. Unfortunately, due to Euro 6, Kah Motor had to clear all their existing stocks of Jazz and according to them, the stocks will come in after September but rumors are saying that there will be a high chances it will be ready by 2018 instead and the price wise won't be as before. Take a look at the Jazz in Malaysia, a lot of new features and trust me, new model means new price. And if you are looking around, Nissan Note is one of the most affordable Jap car available now (COE ranging 40k). I compare with Attrage, Space Star, Bezza, Axia and I come to a conclusion that Nissan is well know for it's reliability. Why not top up a few Ks just to get a more reliable car? Attrage is popular on the road esp with the price ranging 70k+ BUT people might think you're an uber driver. I wanted swift but they sold all of them to prepare for the new batch of swift during the 4th quarter of the year.

Enough of talking, moving on to Nissan Note. I didn't drive test the NON-Supercharged model. But according to most people, it feels like a supercharged model running on ECO mode on. Sluggish to drive but my suggestion is for you to test drive both version to know how it feels. Now been two weeks driving this car. I can easily get 550km full tank, many claimed they can get 700km+ (perhaps I am still running in). Full tank only cost around $65-70 after discount. Interior I have to admit looks cheap especially the gear lever and no radio buttons at steering wheel. Driving at 100km/hr feels super stable no vibrations. My only concerns is being a 3 cylinder engine, when at traffic light or stationary, you can hear the engine sound going on and off which can be irritating for some people. But otherwise, it is a very good point A to point B car with a lot of sophisticated features like keyless entry, start stop, led headlight (premium supercharged only) and many more interesting feature. I bought mine at 88k supercharged premium model, guarantee COE. I even got 3 years of free servicing which I feel is quite a good deal for me.

My best suggestion is for you to go and test drive yourself, you'll probably like it. The best feature I like about the car is the rear legroom. No other hatchback can challenge the leg room in this Nissan Note (other than Nissan Pulsar which is made in Spain not Japan) The legroom reminds me of those old days where taxi have large legroom. If you have the budget, top up 3k to get the extra features (led headlight, eco mode, supercharged, auto climate, rims, leather seat)

Feel free to ask me any questions if you want. Just my 2 cents.

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Old 18-07-2017, 11:56 AM   #75
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Hi bro,

I am a new owner of the 2017 Nissan Note (Supercharged) premium model. In short, the highest specs out of the 4 being offered by Tan Chong motor. Just recently collected my car around 2 weeks ago.

Same situation like you, I fell in love with Honda Jazz, the sleek design and the price wise. Unfortunately, due to Euro 6, Kah Motor had to clear all their existing stocks of Jazz and according to them, the stocks will come in after September but rumors are saying that there will be a high chances it will be ready by 2018 instead and the price wise won't be as before. Take a look at the Jazz in Malaysia, a lot of new features and trust me, new model means new price. And if you are looking around, Nissan Note is one of the most affordable Jap car available now (COE ranging 40k). I compare with Attrage, Space Star, Bezza, Axia and I come to a conclusion that Nissan is well know for it's reliability. Why not top up a few Ks just to get a more reliable car? Attrage is popular on the road esp with the price ranging 70k+ BUT people might think you're an uber driver. I wanted swift but they sold all of them to prepare for the new batch of swift during the 4th quarter of the year.

Enough of talking, moving on to Nissan Note. I didn't drive test the NON-Supercharged model. But according to most people, it feels like a supercharged model running on ECO mode on. Sluggish to drive but my suggestion is for you to test drive both version to know how it feels. Now been two weeks driving this car. I can easily get 550km full tank, many claimed they can get 700km+ (perhaps I am still running in). Full tank only cost around $65-70 after discount. Interior I have to admit looks cheap especially the gear lever and no radio buttons at steering wheel. Driving at 100km/hr feels super stable no vibrations. My only concerns is being a 3 cylinder engine, when at traffic light or stationary, you can hear the engine sound going on and off which can be irritating for some people. But otherwise, it is a very good point A to point B car with a lot of sophisticated features like keyless entry, start stop, led headlight (premium supercharged only) and many more interesting feature. I bought mine at 88k supercharged premium model, guarantee COE. I even got 3 years of free servicing which I feel is quite a good deal for me.

My best suggestion is for you to go and test drive yourself, you'll probably like it. The best feature I like about the car is the rear legroom. No other hatchback can challenge the leg room in this Nissan Note (other than Nissan Pulsar which is made in Spain not Japan) The legroom reminds me of those old days where taxi have large legroom. If you have the budget, top up 3k to get the extra features (led headlight, eco mode, supercharged, auto climate, rims, leather seat)

Feel free to ask me any questions if you want. Just my 2 cents.
Sounds good, especially on the mileage portion, how big is the tank? $70 for a full tank sounds like 50L?

I don't know about Nissan's reliability but it does sound good from what you have experienced. I was looking at the QQ earlier last year, my (ex)-SE thought I was kidding in getting a car, and I ended up with Mz3 and she got 'angry' with me lol...

Start/Stop, Keyless entry is pretty common these days, I hardly see the twist/turn key anymore, LED headlight is chio though. Done any aesthetics mod to it yet? 88K seems reasonable also. Sounds tempting.
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