Top 10 Cars From Day One At The Geneva Motor Show

We've put together a list of the 10 cars that have had the most impact on this year's Geneva Motor Show ... so far. It's a mixture of stunning supercars and impressive practical hatches and estates. It's probably the only list that you'll see a Dacia mingling with a Ferrari...

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Nissan showed its new British-built Note at Geneva. The new car will go on sale in Autumn 2013, and although prices are to be announced, expect entry models come in at around £10,000.

It’s much less conservative than the last generation car, with sharper angles and a sleeker, less upright profile. It might look more purposeful, but performance isn’t the name of the game – there’s a  1.2-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel, which offers emissions of 95g/km.

The 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine is offered in two forms – 80PS and 92PS. The more powerful version is fitted with a supercharger. It’s more frugal than the 80PS engine, with emissions of 99g/km and combined cycle economy of 65.7mpg. It’s offered with an optional CVT automatic transmission, but that pushes up emissions and reduces economy.

For the full Nissan Note story, click here.


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