2017 Nissan Versa Note Downers Grove IL
The word has gotten out: you don’t just need to drive a sedan anymore. The 2017 Nissan Versa Note has shown the world that you can have plenty of cargo space and room for your entire crew, while also going days without stopping at the gas station. It’s a nice balance, and made even better by the low starting price of this model. It’s like getting a new car for the price of a used one. Naturally, this results in an, “is it too good to be true?” mentality, but we’re here to tell you that the Versa Note isn’t.
What you see is what you get with the 2017 Nissan Versa Note. It’s a compact model, which predictably means it’s no race car, but it will reliably get you to class, to your first post-college job and won’t fail you on your daily commute. The Versa Note does seat five within 94.1 cubic feet of passenger space, which is perfectly roomy for its class, but still allows the Versa Note to be easy to maneuver and fit into tight parking spaces. Ultimately, you’ll love this model as a compact city car and fun grocery-getter.
You could save money by choosing the standard Versa, but the Note exists for those who don’t plan to travel light. Perhaps you bulk grocery shop, or maybe you have a young one and need room for a stroller. Either way, the hatchback design offers 18.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the seats upright.
What do you consider necessities in a new car? The Nissan Versa Note offers a four-speaker AM/FM/CD audio system with speed-sensitive volume, wheel-mounted audio controls, Bluetooth, A/C, a rear window defroster, 60/40-split rear seats and cloth seating as standard features on the S Plus trim.
If you’re looking for a track-ready vehicle, you might not find the Nissan Versa Note is the hot hatch of your dreams. Instead, this model is your best friend when it’s time to sip fuel. With a 109 horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a continuously variable transmission, it’s a great city car.
Hatchback convenience in a compact price
It sure seems like small hatchback cars have exploded onto the market, and once you test drive the 2017 Nissan Versa Note, you’ll quickly understand why that is. Think of it this way: SUVs and crossovers are popular because of their roominess, but not everyone is looking for a vehicle to tow their boat or take their kayak to the lake.
This is where hatchbacks step in. You want the cargo space when it comes time to take home bulk purchases that you just can’t resist, or that TV that wouldn’t fit in a sedan, but do you want to drive a gas guzzler every day of the week for those occasional purchases? Of course not. You can seat five in your vehicle with 18.8 cubic feet of cargo space remaining, or you can fold the seats flat and open up a full 38.3 cubic feet.
The 2017 Nissan Versa Note comes in four trim levels, starting with the S Plus. Standard features offer just the basics, but available features also include remote keyless entry, a RearView monitor, power windows and locks, Divid-N-Hide storage, Nissan Intelligent Key with Push-Button Ignition and more. Stop by Glendale Nissan to learn more about your options and take the 2017 Nissan Versa Note for a test drive.