Design of Nissan Versa Note
The vehicle has a relatively small exterior with lots to talk about on the inside. There is 37 inches of legroom for passengers in the rear which is more than its competition. As a grocery-getter, the Note swallows 18.8 cubic feet with rear seats up or up to 38.3 with them down. Cabin controls remain basic and are very easy to understand. It has a standard tilting steering wheel and a height adjustable driver's seat. This vehicle has some great visual styling with a look that is very energetic. The Versa Note SR trim goes for a sportier look with standard fog lights, black and chrome accents, and a unique front fascia. The Note has some features it comes standard with including things like air conditioning, power mirrors, a 4-speaker audio system, Bluetooth, 15-inch steel wheels a manual transmission, a rear defroster a remote trunk release and lots more. For premium kinds of features, you'll have to step up to the more expensive SV trim. The Versa Note has had a focus on noise suppression and amazing build quality. There are no loud noises while riding in the cabin. The Versa SL brings a driver's seat armrest, Intelligent Key, an immobilizer system, and sun-visor extensions. You can add further options, like like fog lamps, heated seats, a navigation system with NissanConnect (XM NavTraffic, app capability, and point-of-interest features), and either a rearview camera or surround-view cameras.