Nissan Versa Note Fuel Economy
This year’s 2017 Nissan Versa Note returns with four seperate trim levels, all producing 109 horsepower, and impressive fuel economy as little as 6.0 L/100 kmL. A standard 1.6L 4-cylinder engine boasts 107 lb-ft of torque, and the choice of two transmissions: a sporty 5-speed standard or an ultra-efficient Xtronic CVT®. And you can feel good about the environment too, as the 2017 Note is listed as an Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle, with a Tier 2-Bin5 emissions rating.
Nissan Versa Note Exterior
Get excited about the new style! This 2017 Versa Note hatchback doesn’t mess around: with a bold look and modern style, the Note is ready for all your beachside, mountain-ride, cargo-packed journeys. On the outside the Note’s steeply sloped windshield and sculpted doors add a dynamic character, while carefully crafted aerodynamics help achieve a drag coefficient of just 0.308. An estimated 300-pound reduction in weight makes the Note even more efficient than it already looks.
Nissan Versa Note Interior
There’s no doubt about it, the Note was made to impress. With best-in-class total interior volume (3,197L) and best-in-class front headroom, it’s already bigger than the competition. When it comes to technology, all 2017 trims come with standard Bluetooth for easy connectivity and hands-free calling. Not to mention, the Note is the first hatchback to offer Around View Monitor with four cameras to improve parking safety.
The interior is designed for versatility with available Divide-N-Hide® Adjustable Floor that offers a hidden cargo area to stow valuables. Standard 60/40 split rear seats make moving furniture or storing luggage a breeze, while new optional heated seats bring warmth to the coldest Canadian winter.
Nissan Versa Note Safety
One of the standard safety systems on-board the Note includes Nissan’s Advanced Air Bag System which includes dual-stage front airbags, front seat-mounted side-impact air bags and curtain side-impact air bags. The Note is also equipped with standard Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) and a Traction Control System (TCS) to ensure safety on slippery roads and around tight corners. It may look small on the outside, but it’s big on safety.