Nissan, the Japanese auto manufacturer, has launched the new model of its mini multi-purpose vehicle (MVP), Note. Selling with the name of Nissan Versa Note in United States, a range of 2014 models are offered from starting price of $13,990 to $18,490.
A standard 2014 Nissan Versa Note is empowered with a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine, which is capable of producing 109 horsepower. The S model has a 5-speed manual transmission, while the SV model possesses an advanced Xtronic CVT automatic transmission.
Consumers can opt from a range of 5 models available namely:
S, S Plus, SV, SV – SL Package, and SV – SL Tech Package. While moving from the earliest to the latest, each model encompasses an elevated level of features.
Versa Note standard comes with 15” x 5.5” steel wheels with wheel covers, and multi-reflector halogen headlights. However, the SV with SL Package runs with 16” x 6.0” aluminum-alloy wheels, and special fog lights.
Interior of a standard Note encompasses air conditioning, Fine Vision electroluminescent gauges, audio system with four speakers, and split fold-down rear seats. In the preeminent models, interior is further equipped with Bluetooth hands-free phone system, integrated key with keyless entry, power windows and door locks, 6 way manual driver’s seat with armrest, leather-wrapped steering wheel, push button ignition, heated front seats, rearview monitor, and divide-and-hide adjustable floor.
Furthermore, Nissan’s advanced air bag system (AABS), anti-lock braking system (ABS), traction control system (TCS), and tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) make this car a lot more secure than before.
Here are some specs and features of different models:
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