New 2017 Nissan Versa Note: Pictures and Information

2017 Versa Note Exterior Side Profile
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Affordable Commuter With Sporty New Styling Enhancements

The 2017 Nissan Versa Note recently premiered at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Note is the hatchback version of the Versa, and is a basic commuter car, at a fantastic price. Per Nissan, combined sales figures for sedan and hatchback models make it the best-selling entry-level vehicle in the U.S.

The Versa has been in the U.S. market since 2007. The first-generation Versa was offered in both sedan and hatchback variants. The hatchback body style was unavailable in 2013, making way for the unveiling of the all-new Note in 2014. Nissan bills the vehicle as markedly “different” from the sedan model. Although it is built on the same platform and offers the same features, the Note is designed to appeal to a different crowd of consumers, looking for sporty styling, paired with added utility.

While not an all-new model, the 2017 Note sees some notable changes for the upcoming model year. The Spartan S base trim (no power windows or power door locks) has been eliminated, leaving the better-equipped S Plus, SV, SR, and SL trims. Also, Nissan has removed the manual transmission from the lineup.

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