If you’re looking for an affordable small car, the Nissan Versa Note belongs on your radar. This hatchback provides versatile accommodations for passengers and cargo, and it delivers impressive fuel economy.
Nissan introduced the Versa Note with the 2014 model. This car is essentially the hatchback variant of the Nissan Versa sedan. The Versa Note has an extremely accessible price, which is good news for shoppers on a budget. It holds the distinction of being one of the most affordable new cars on the market.
The Nissan Versa Note is a four-door subcompact hatchback. It’s capable of seating up to five passengers. Power is sent to the front wheels, and both a five-speed manual and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) are available.
This hatchback’s exterior design is upbeat and cheerful. The front fascia’s headlights and grille are arranged to resemble a smile. In profile, the Versa Note reveals a blunt nose and a fastback silhouette.
The Versa Note’s cabin boasts pleasant, modern design cues. However, the quality of the materials used throughout the interior is average at best. The cabin is relatively spacious and offers good legroom for rear-seat passengers. An available multi-adjustable cargo floor provides great versatility. Cargo capacity is about average for the class.
As with many cars in this vehicle category, the Versa Note can feel a bit unsettled on rough road surfaces. The cabin also gets noisy at highway speeds. On the plus side, this little car delivers excellent fuel economy. All models are equipped with a four-cylinder engine that provides 109 horsepower.
Base models come with a respectable range of standard equipment, and the list includes a split-folding rear seat that you can use to expand its cargo capacity.
This Nissan hatchback is available with an appealing range of optional amenities. Simulated suede upholstery and a height-adjustable driver’s seat are offered. You can also equip this Nissan with options like satellite radio, keyless ignition and entry, foglights and a rear spoiler.
With the 2015 model, the Versa Note added Bluetooth connectivity as standard equipment. Additionally, heated front seats were added to the car’s list of options. The car’s manual gearbox was dropped after the 2016 model year, leaving just the CVT.
Halfway through the 2018 model year, the Versa Note added a rearview camera and a 7-inch touchscreen to its selection of standard features. Nissan refers to these vehicles as being from the 2018.5 model year. That year, the Versa Note also brought in Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration as optional equipment.
The Nissan Versa Note competes with small hatchbacks like the Honda Fit, Mini Cooper and Ford Fiesta. Rival models in this segment are more refined overall. Still, the Versa Note will be an acceptable match for some shoppers thanks to its low price and strong fuel economy.
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