Since 2014, the Nissan Versa lineup has been split two ways: the standard sedan and the Versa Note hatchback. While there’s no real reason for the Note nomenclature on the hatch model, we do prefer its updated styling relative to the bland, disproportionate sedan.
Despite its preferred styling to the sedan, the 2018 Versa Note is still a very simple car with almost no premium features in its base trim. Things do get a touch better as you move up in trim level, but it never reaches a level many older buyers would like.
So, who is this stripped-down hatchback best for? Keep reading to find out.