The 2014 Nissan Versa Note is just one of many vehicles in the compact car segment. Compact cars have their advantages–easy parallel parking, better fuel economy, great “starter cars” for new drivers, and more. But with so much competition, how does someone who’s looking to buy a compact car decide which car will not only meet their needs, but also be the best bang for the buck? That’s why for today’s post, we’re featuring the top seven standout features about the Nissan Versa Note when compared to similar vehicles in its segment, such as the Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sonic, Hyundai Accent, and Honda Fit.
1. Low starting MSRP. Compared to the other vehicles, the Nissan Versa Note is an amazing brand new car with a lower starting price tag!
2. Excellent fuel economy. The Versa Note has better highway mpg than the competition–a whopping 40 miles per gallon! (Just another example of how the Note will save you money!)
3. Plenty of space. Even though the Note is a compact car, it has been recognized for its best-in-class roominess and excellent rear legroom. The interior spaciousness is part of the reason the Versa Note was dubbed “your door to more” when Nissan introduced it onto the market. And with rear legroom that beats the competition, you can rest assured your guests will be nice and comfy for the ride!
4. Plenty of storage versatility. Every car–no matter the segment–has cargo space and little nooks and crannies and cupholders to tuck away essentials. However, not every car, and certainly not the competition, has Nissan’s Divide-n-Hide cargo system. With a feature like this, drivers can drop or raise the adjustable floor space to discreetly protect valuables inside the car.
5. Class-exclusive Around View Monitor. Most cars have some sort of rearview camera, but not every car, especially not a car in this segment, can boast such technology as the Note’s available Around View Monitor. With four cameras creating a 360-degree view, getting around town, parking, and being safe in a tight spot is easier than ever!
6. NissanConnect with Navigation. With the available color navigation system and NissanConnect™, you can get live local weather and traffic , streaming audio via Bluetooth, hands-free texting, compatibility with Google® services, and you can do it all without even plugging in your phone. You won’t find this on the Hyundai Accent or the Chevrolet Sonic.
7. Industry awards. In case you’re thinking, “Of course you guys at Tischer are pro-Note–you sell this car,” you don’t have to take our word alone. The Nissan Versa Note also earns plenty of kudos from professionals in the automotive industry. According to IHS Automotive, Polk, Versa is America’s overall best-selling entry vehicle for the past five years (2009-2013). Also, the 2014 Nissan Versa Note was named Best Back-to-School Car by Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. We’d say those are some pretty reliable sources to bet on with your car-buying dollar.
If you’re looking for an affordable, new, compact car that is sure to delight, we can’t recommend the Versa Note enough. We’d love to have you come down to the dealership for a test drive. Just click on the button below to schedule your test drive when it’s convenient for you. For any further questions you have about what you’ve read, feel free to leave a comment below or reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter. Thanks for reading and happy car shopping!