Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. releases its new Note compact car in Japan, boasting a new all-aluminum 1.5L 16-valve engine mated to the auto maker’s Xtronic continuously variable transmission. Nissan is expecting to sell 8,000 units per month of the model, which begins at ¥1,260,000 ($12,255) and tops out at ¥1,585,500 ($15,421). Nissan Note Enchante Features include ripple-control shock absorbers, large headlamps, rear combination lamps, 15-in. aluminum alloy wheels on the 15RX trim model, ...

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