By Robby DeGraff on January 15, 2013
Joining the redesigned Nissan Versa sedan is the all-new Versa Note hatchback. Seen in other global markets, the Versa Note makes its way to the U.S. for 2014, bringing class-leading cargo room, a spacious backseat and a small base price.
Sharing its powertrain with the Versa sedan, the new Versa Note starts around $14,000 and wears unique insect-like styling similar to the Honda Fit. With more than 115 cubic feet of cabin room and available upscale features like heated seats, active grille shutters for increased fuel economy, an around-view camera system and keyless entry with push-button start, Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays says the Versa Note will draw the attention of shoppers in the competitive subcompact hatchback segment. Check out the video below.