The Versa Note is one of the newest additions to the Nissan lineup, and with similar versatility and efficiency to the standard Versa, it is one of the leaders in subcompact hatch segment. What sets the Versa Note apart is that it utilizes a sporty hatchback design that helps to maximize interior space. With a closer look at the capabilities of the subcompact hatch, it's clear to see that it is quite unlike the rest of the vehicles in its class. It boasts a variety of best-in-class and class-exclusive features that set it apart from the competition and help to make it one of the most appealing options in the segment as a whole.
The Nissan Versa Note uses its subcompact size to its full advantage. As it doesn't take much to propel it down the road, its four-cylinder engine is able to stretch a gallon of gas as far as 40 mpg on the highway.
Although classified as a subcompact car, the hatchback design of the Versa Note, paired with the folding rear seatback allow you to accommodate as many as five passengers or up to 38 cubic feet of cargo.
With available features such as a class-exclusive Around View Monitor, hands-free texting and calling and Pandora radio, the Nissan Versa Note offers modern technologies that most cars in its class can't touch.