All-New 2014 Versa Note Hatchback
The Versa is in its second generation as a hatchback and the all-new 2014 model is hitting all the right notes. This best selling subcompact car in America is redesigned with an impressive list of standard features and comes in at a MSRP of $13,990. Comparing the starting price for the 2014 Versa Note to its similar rivals like the Ford Fiesta and the Honda Fit, the Versa comes in at about $1,000-$2,500 less but with more features.
With creative storage, a roomy interior and more aerodynamic body, the all-new Versa Note gets 40 mpg. Some key features of the new Note include, keyless access, heated seats, hands-free texting capability, around-view monitor to see all sides of the car, a flat rear load-floor for hauling or storage, and front and rear suspension stabilizer bars to help make the driving experience fun.
As the vice president and general manager of Nissan North America, Al Castignetti said, “At Nissan, innovation is more than just a new feature or technology, it’s about helping people live their lives a little better, a little easier. This all-new Versa Note does that in many ways—with styling that excites, room for everyone, interior versatility for life’s spontaneous moments, fuel efficiency for fewer trips to the gas station, entertainment and navigation systems that complement users’ smart phones and other devices rather than compete with them. In a segment driven by value, Versa Note is an invaluable addition for the 2014 model year.”