2018 Nissan Versa Note consumer reviews

$15,600 starting MSRP
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100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.1
  • Performance 4.3
  • Value for the money 4.9
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.8
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5.0

Excellent performance so far--seven months

I love the Versa Note--it's compact, agile, has lots of interior room, it's zippy and much more fuel efficient than my previous Nissan hatchback (from 2008). Only had it seven months but it has been unfailingly reliable. What I want in a car is small size, efficiency, nimbleness, and reliability--I adore this car.

3.4

Small and compact

Exactly what I need. Wish it was a bit roomier. Back up camera needs some getting used to and there seems to always be a glare on the screen.

4.7

Nice car

Lots of room. Easy on gas. Great warranty. Love all the features and chrome and big trunk. Love the color. Great price and friendly service.

5.0

Cutest car I've had

Love all aspects of this car. The color, the way it drives to the gas mileage. Love the reverse camera, the interior, the CD player and the hatchback.

4.3

Great buy for a sporty little subcompact

This car was exactly what I was looking for. A hatchback, that was sporty looking, had all the toys, was reliable and fuel efficient. It did not disappoint at all.

4.9

Excellent Little Car

We purchased this vehicle to replace the old 1999 Corolla I?d been driving around for the last decade. Got a heck of a deal on the Versa note through our local dealership, and so far we are very pleased! We test drove this vehicle on a snowy Denver afternoon, and it handled exceptionally well for it?s size. It?s hatchback styling is very convenient, as are the folding down back seats. For as small it is, the cargo space is really quite amazing! Hubby, who has very long legs, can fit in the backseat quite comfortably, which is unheard of even in most larger vehicles! We went with the SV trim, as the S felt a bit basic with the manual locks and windows. The SV adds power locks/windows, 5 inch radio screen, hands free call and text, and a more comfortable seating material. For just $1,000.00 more, the upgrade has been well worth it for us. Gas mileage projections have been mostly accurate for us so far, although depending on who is driving we will sometimes average as low as 28 mpg in the city. Highway mpg is usually between 39-41, which we love. Acceleration does tend to be rather lackluster in this car, but we knew that we weren?t buying a sports car. Also, we?ve noticed that on windy days it can be a bit nerve racking to drive on the interstate....being such a small car, it does get blown around a bit. Overall, it?s been the perfect choice for the needs of our family. Would highly recommend this car to commuters and small families that are looking for an economic, practical, and stylish choice.

4.5

Nice, functional car that feels bigger than it is.

Easy to handle, picks up speed quickly on the highway. Roomy. Feels bigger than it is. Plenty of storage room.