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Used Nissan Note Prices & Values

Used Car Expert’s used Nissan Note prices are the most accurate Nissan Note valuations in the UK. Uniquely, they show real average mileages, depreciation patterns and local price variations.

Nissan Note Prices & Depreciation Trend

Used Car Expert Nissan Note price guide shows that with the current Nissan Note you would aim to buy a 6 year old and you can keep it for some time before needing to worry about a big drop in value.

Nissan Note Prices & Depreciation – Graph -Doors and body shape differences
Nissan Note Prices & Depreciation – Graph - Fuel differences

Diesel Nissan Note values drop most over the first year (from new to 1 year old), so that is the best ‘nearly new’ buy in terms of car for money.

Diesel Nissan Note prices fall less between years 1 and 3, so this is the best buy if you want to keep the car for a while.

Diesel Nissan Note depreciation is low between years 2 and 4, so that is the best buy on older cars.

Nissan Note Prices & Depreciation – Graph - Engine differences
The engine that is cheapest to buy after four year is the 1400cc engine. So that’s the best nearly new buy.

Used Nissan Note Price Examples

You should use the Nissan Note price guide tool at the top of this page to find an accurate and adjusted price for the Nissan Note you are looking to buy or sell.

But below we do provide a quick reference list of typical prices and used Nissan Note values for all the popular variants:

YearUsed Price / Used Value
2014 Nissan Note £13,214
2013 Nissan Note £10,795
2012 Nissan Note £9,032
2011 Nissan Note £7,444
2010 Nissan Note £6,553
2009 Nissan Note £5,598
2008 Nissan Note £4,585
2007 Nissan Note £3,937
2006 Nissan Note £3,585
2005 Nissan Note £7,780
1 Nissan Note £8,825
Year£ Average Price£ Drop% Depreciation
2014£7,362.00--
2013£7,362.00£0.000.00
2012£7,362.00£0.000.00
2011£7,362.00£0.000.00
2010£6,485.00£877.0011.91
2009£5,536.00£949.0014.63
2008£4,533.00£1,003.0018.12
The depreciation is based on analysis of UK retail prices over 3 years, using new brochure prices, a sample of 20234 cars first registered in 2014, 20234 cars first registered in 2013, 20234 cars first registered in 2012, 20234 cars first registered in 2011, 11339 cars first registered in 2010, 7579 cars first registered in 2009, 14190 cars first registered in 2008.
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