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The Nissan Versa Note is a spacious and practical compact car that offers exceptional cargo and passenger space in its class. According to Nissan, the 2014 Versa Note is the best-selling entry-level car in Canada. The Versa Note CVT model offers one of the highest mpg in its class, registering an impressive EPA-estimated 31/40 mpg city/highway.
The Nissan Versa Note comes standard with such features as heated mirrors, air bags, traction control, keyless entry, power windows and much more.
2020 Versa Note Review
This 2020 model provides decent mileage and updated safety technologies. In 2020, this vehicle has become longer, wider, and lower which overall is creating a new look for this vehicle. This car had also received new taillights and a C-pillar. The interior dash is now also offered in different colours. If you are looking for a safe and reliable vehicle, this is an option to consider.
2019 Versa Note Review
2019 was a great year for this vehicle. For an affordable price, this vehicle has a spacious interior with a big back seat as well as smart cargo space. For 2019, this vehicle received a seven-inch colour touchscreen as well as a rear-view camera. NissanConnect has now also standardized Andriod Auto and Apple CarPlay. This vehicle is great with fuel economy and has a great transmission. If you are looking for an inexpensive base price and elegant styling, this vehicle might just be for you.
2018 Versa Note Review
The 2018 Versa Note has a few minor changes. No more fumbling for your keys as you’re headed to your car as they have added a classy push to start button. As well Nissan has added their Easy Fill Tire Alert System. Lastly, minor cosmetic change includes new wheel designs. This car is stylish and reliable.
2017 Versa Note Review
The 2017 Versa Note received impressive changes this year to its exterior. These changes included an updated grille, headlights and taillights, to give it a sleeker look. Nissan added the signature “V-Motion” grille, which many of the Nissan cars share. Also, two exciting new colours have been added, which are called Monarch Orange and Deep Blue Purple. Nissan listened to customer feedback, and made some small tweaks to the interior. These included relocating the USB port to the front of the center console making it more accessible, and making the front cupholders more spacious.
2016 Versa Note Review
The midgrade Versa Note SV model now comes standard with a 5.0-inch touchscreen infotainment bundle that includes Bluetooth audio, mobile-app integration, satellite radio preparation, rear-view camera, and a Divide-N-Hide adjustable rear cargo system. Competition continues to heat up with the Ford Fiesta, Honda Fit, and the Chevrolet Sonic, but the Versa Note continues to be the most affordable compact car with the most room on the road.
2015 Versa Note Review
The Nissan Versa Note added two trims in 2015: SR and Sl. Additional new features include heated front seats and Bluetooth connectivity. Compared to the Chevrolet Sonic and Hyundai Accent, the Versa Note continues to offer more comfort and space at an unbeatable price.
2014 Versa Note Review
The 2014 Nissan Versa Note offers an incredible roomy interior with an adult-friendly backseat, a comfortable ride, large trunk, and a low base price. While the 2014 Ford Fusion focuses on driving dynamics, the Versa Note emphasizes space, comfort, and value.
If you are looking for a used Versa Note, our experts would love to help you. We will walk you through our incredible selection of pre-owned Versa Note vehicles and discuss the different features of each model. With more being added to our inventory daily, you can be sure you will be well taken care of here at Good Fellow’s Auto. We are proud to be selling Versa Notes to our customers in Toronto, North York, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Brampton, Hamilton, and the entire GTA.