The 2014 Versa Note is the little hatchback-that-could. A little tid-bit of information; Nissan distinguishes it’s hatchback from the Nissan Versa sedan by adding “Note” to the end. Now that we have formalities out of the way, let’s get into the details of a 2014 Nissan Versa Note test drive.
Inside, the Versa Note does not disappoint. The interior seems to be more spacious than you would imagine at first glance, boasting plenty of head, leg, and shoulder room (even for adults!) in the front and rear seats. Turns out there is more room in the back then most midsize luxury cars offer – what’s not to like about that?
The author also notes how surprisingly quiet the hatchback drives. At the low price-point of the Versa note, many would expect load road-noise, but Nissan seems to have taken care to invest in creating a quiet space for their consumers.
The Versa Note was never intended to be a sports car, and doesn’t boast an incredibly powerful engine. What the Versa Note does offer is a smooth, fuel-efficient ride that will get you around town.
An optional tech package spices things up inside. Featuring 8.5-inch touch screen, voice recognition, navigation, weather, Google send-to-car capability, and Bluetooth, among other technologies to keep you connected. If you want to, you can get this car loaded with all the latest technology, and still keep the price tag under $20,000. Not bad.
This 2014 Nissan Versa Note test drive proves that big surprises come in little packages. The Nissan Versa Note is a versatile car, efficiently getting you, your friends, or your cargo around town comfortably and in-style. But why take AOL Autos’ word for it when you can come test drive it for yourself at Bates Nissan?