The best is still ahead for many of our popular Nissan models, and if you’d like proof of this, we suggest taking a look at the 2017 Nissan Versa Note. With a redesign and release date set for the coming weeks at Robbins Nissan, we’e got all the details you’e between waiting for. Ladies and gentlemen, enjoy this first look at the 2017 Nissan Versa Note!
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The Xtronic CVT Finds a Permanent Home
For those who have been following the Versa Note for some time, they might remember that the outgoing 2016 model featured an “S” trim that was home to a manual six-speed transmission. For 2017, however, the Versa Note now gifts an Xtronic CVT to each of its trim levels, which will be mated to a 1.6L inline four-cylinder engine rated for 109 hp and 107 lb-ft of torque. In every iteration, buyers may now receive fuel economy numbers worthy of the popular Xtronic CVT.
It’s always exciting to see a redesign for one of our favorite models, and you’ll see what is different immediately upon laying eyes on the 2017 Nissan Versa Note. The Versa Note now employs the eye-catching V-Motion Grille, while the front fascia has been redesigned as well. Meanwhile, those who lamented the fact that the rear bumper cover from 2016 was only available on the SR trim now can be found on each and every trim level. Read More: The 2017 Nissan Versa Sedan
A More Functional Interior Cabin
The changes to the interior might not be immediately obvious, although they will be immediately enjoyed for their added convenience. The standard 12-olt charger and auxiliary port have been moved to the front of the center console, which allows Nissan to enlarge its standard cupholders. Meanwhile, the upper-level trims now add a second 12-olt power outlet and a USB port.
Make Your Versa Note Your Own
The 2017 Nissan Versa Note is intended to allow for improved personalization, and this is done by irtue of the Nissan Color Studio. This lets drivers pick the color scheme to outfit their purchase, while upper-level trim levels let buyers enjoy features such as the SR-only 370Z-inspired stevering wheel. Now more than ever, buyers can put their own stamp on the Versa Note. Fortunately, they won’t have to wait long to do so.