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  • Justin Cupler
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    2015 Nissan Versa Note OVERVIEW

    The Versa Note was once simply the Versa hatchback, but rebranding in 2014 led to Nissan separating the hatchback from its sedan relative by making it a standalone model. The Versa Note, like most small hatchbacks, gets high marks in its fuel efficiency and ability to haul lots of cargo for such a small package.

    What's New for 2015

    Though the Versa Note carries over for the 2015 model year, there were a few changes. Nissan added a trio of new trim levels, including the sporty SR, the more refined SL and the range-topping SL with Tech Package. Also added in are new tech features, Hands Free Texting, a rearview camera, heated front seats and standard Bluetooth connectivity.

    2015 Nissan Versa Note

    Choosing Your Nissan Versa Note

    Being a compact hatchback, the Versa Note is about value, first and foremost, so you may be limited in choices by your budget. But if you're able and willing to look at higher trim levels, you can get yourself a pretty well-equipped hatchback at a great bargain.

    Nissan made certain to make clear divides between the trim levels, and it even added in a sportier SR trim for the younger buyers who prefer a sporty look over premium features.

    Additionally, Nissan simplified the buying process by offering just one engine: a 1.6-liter four-cylinder with 109 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque. For buyers who want to row their own gears, a manual transmission is available on the base S; the rest of the lineup comes standard with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). With that CVT you also get a boost to 31 mpg city and 40 mpg highway.

    After laying out your needs and wants in the Versa Note, you have a whopping six trim levels to choose from:


    The S acts as the base for the Versa Note, and is expectedly light on premium features, but starts at a fairly inexpensive $14,180. Standard equipment includes 15-inch steel wheels shod in low-rolling-resistance tires, Bluetooth connectivity, cloth seating, a 60/40 split-folding rear seat, and a four-speaker audio system with AM/FM/CD capabilities and steering wheel-mounted controls.

    S Plus

    The S Plus takes the stripped-down S and adds extras that improve fuel economy. These include active grille shutters and the CVT. Jumping into the S Plus pushes the Versa Note's price to $15,430.


    The SV adds what many of today's buyers consider essential: power windows and door locks, a USB connection, keyless entry, piano-black and chrome accents to spruce up the cabin, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, upgraded gauges with a trip computer, vanity mirrors in the sun visors, a driver-seat armrest, upgraded cloth upholstery for added comfort, cloth door trim accents, and an upgraded audio system with speed-sensitive volume and MP3 capability. The Versa Note SV commands a $16,330 base price.


    The SR pushes the Versa Note's price to $17,530. For this extra cash, it gains a lot of features that give the hatchback a sportier look, like 16-inch aluminum wheels with five spokes, sport front and rear fascias, a Z-inspired steering wheel wrapped in leather, darkened headlights and synthetic suede seats. Additionally, the SR includes fog lights, mirror-mounted LED repeaters. a rear spoiler, and variable intermittent flat-blade wipers.


    Like the SR, the SL builds on the SV trim with more features. Unlike the SR, however, the SL adds more tech and comfort features. The SL offers 16-inch aluminum wheels, fog lights, Nissan Intelligent Key, a rearview camera, NissanConnect, heated front seats, variable intermittent flat-blade wipers, the Divide-and-Hide adjustable floor, and a premium audio system with a five-inch touchscreen, SiriusXM and Bluetooth audio streaming. The MSRP for an SL is $17,960.

    SL With Tech Package

    The SL With Tech Package raises the Versa Note's price to $18,750 and adds in a slew of tech features, like an all-around monitor, SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, power front seats, heated outside mirrors, and the Nissan Navigation System with a 5.8-inch touchscreen.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Unless your budget is very tight, avoid buying the stripped S model. The SV is probably the best compromise of value and features for buyers in this segment.

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