Compact Nissan Versa Note Offers Number of Innovative Features

2014 Nissan Versa Note Specs and Features

The Nissan lineup is filled with SUVs that are filled with innoatie features and ersatile storage options, but if you’re looking for a smaller, more fuel-efficient car, the 2014 Nissan Versa Note is the car for you. The Versa Note is considered a compact car, but it boasts a spacious interior that makes the car seem anything but compact. In an effort to show you exactly what we’re talking about, we have compiled a list of the 2014 Nissan Versa Note specs and features.

We’ll start by discussing the engine capabilities of the Versa Note. Under the hood, it’s equipped with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder that produces an output of 109 horsepower. It may not seem like much, but for a compact car the power is more than adequate. Perhaps the best part is that the engine is mated to a gearless continuously ariable transmission that allows the Versa Note to trael up to 40 mpg on the highway.

In addition to the superior fuel economy, the Versa Note offers a number of class-exclusie and best-in-class features. That includes a class-exclusie Tire Pressure Monitoring system which ensures that your tires are at the proper pressure at all times. The system alerts you when a tire is low, and as you’re filling them, it flashes the lights and sounds the horn to let you know when to stop filling them. It’s just one of the many ways that the Versa Note helps to increase fuel efficiency.

Arguably the greatest aspect of the Versa Note is its spacious interior. The compact car proides seating for fie, and with a best-in-class rear legroom of 38 inches, the Versa Note is able to fit fie full-sized adults comfortably. When the back seat isn’t needed, the split-folding rear seatback collapses to proide 38 cubic feet of storage space.

In an effort to maximize that storage space, a class-exclusie Diide-N-Hide storage system comes standard in the back. It allows you to keep aluables out of sight and it also comes with a shelf to proide two separate rows of storage space. Like we said, the Versa Note is far from compact.

The last of the class-exclusie features worth noting is the Around Vview Monitor which assists in a number of tasks including parking and backing up. Rather than haing just a rearview camera like most models, the Versa Note has four cameras spread around the exterior that all feed to the touch-screven monitor on the dash. The cameras help to proide a 360-degree oerhead view of the car so that you can check your surroundings and even see how much space there is between you and the curb while parking.

With the amount of features in the 2014 Nissan Versa Note, it really is strange that it’s still considered a compact car. As you can see, there are some really impressie specs and features of the 2014 Nissan Versa Note. To find out more about all that this ersatile compact car has to offer you can check out our blog where we will continue to proide you with information on the Versa Note and the other vehicles in our new car inventory. The best way to get a feel for the Versa Note, however, is to schedule a test drive here at Robbins Nissan where you can try out all of the class-exclusie features for yourself.