There’s probably not one legitimate reason to but have you ever, by some chance, looked into your sister’s wardrobe? If a rainbow were to consummate with another, their offspring is what the wardrobe would look like inside.

Almost nothing can be as colourful, unless you’re talking about the vast variety of paint selection on the Nissan Note e-Power.

While the press release we received may have been about the Nissan Note topping Japan’s sales charts in the first half of 2018 as the country’s best-selling new car with over 73,000 units sold from January to June.

What’s more glaring though, is the colour selection available for the car. Whether you’re loud or introverted, it’s unlikely that you can’t find a colour that suits you. Although I’d imagine grey to be the colour of choice with most Japanese men; for obvious, socially-known reasons.

The Note was the first car equipped with Nissan’s e-POWER electric powertrain, introduced in Japan back in November 2016. Unlike conventional hybrids, the Note e-Power’s 1.2-litre engine does not power the wheels and is merely there to support the main powertrain – a 109 hp / 254 Nm electric motor.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.