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$10,500

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2014 Nissan Versa Note
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Nissan Versa Note Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
35 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.1
Performance
3.2
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.3
Reliability
4.2

Nissan Versa Note Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Nissan Versa Note - Is the new Versa Note better than the old Versa?

J.A.R.
Holt, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I owned a 2009 Nissan Versa hatchback until May of this year, when I traded it in at 97,000 miles for a new Versa Note S Plus hatchback. While I was concerned at first that it might not live up to the exceptional performance of the earlier version, I have been very pleased with the Note over the past four months. Performance and gas mileage were greatly improved, and the CVT system provided good performance and great mileage. Interior quality was much improved over older models, both in terms of seat design and function, the interior look and feel, and the placement of gauges and controls. Having all audio and Bluetooth controls on the steering wheel is a great plus. The Note still suffers from some of the issues of the older Versa models, namely a difficult blind spot, slow pickup, an... (more)
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I've really enjoyed the mileage tracking feature in the display, which allows you to reset your mileage statistics when you fill up. It then provides you with a running average miles per gallon rating as you drive, as well as providing an estimate in miles of how far you can go before you should stop and fill up. I've used it right before starting a long road trip with lots of highway miles, a... (more)
Pros
Improved and enhanced displays and controls. Excellent stereo with plenty of features and aux input jack near charging port. Power seat controls on S Plus and better trim models. Fold down rear seats for carrying larger items. Surprisingly roomy cargo area in the rear for a vehicle this size. Excellent fuel economy in city and highway miles. Comfortable seating with excellent forward visibility. Dashboard had a glove compartment, and a smaller compartment at the top for holding smaller items like insurance and other paperwork.
Cons
Vehicle has a difficult blind spot, so adjusting your side view mirrors to fill in that gap is very important. Road noise is quite noticeable at higher speeds, and can become annoying on long trips. Vehicle is designed for efficiency, not performance, so acceleration is not as fast as other vehicles in its class.

2014 Nissan Versa Note - I love my car

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Somers Point, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I love the car I find it very comfortable and it drives very well. It has very few blind spots except one near the front where the frame sloped to meet the small useless window in the front. I would like it to have more power ports but the dash is nice and well laid out and easy to reach everything. It has a 2nd glove compartment which comes in handy when holding small things.
Story
A month after I bought my car I drove it across the country to visit a friend - it was great to get to see the country and everyone loves the color of it!! Peacock green was definitely a great choice!!!
Pros
It is comfortable to drive, it handles well on the road even wet roads, it is compact but has a lot of rear leg room & front leg room. A 6 foot tall person can sit in the front with another behind. There is plenty of head room also no one is on the ceiling. This Bluetooth is a great feature also, it allows me to be hands free with my phone.
Cons
It could use more power ports for charging devices. There is no extra places for coins which would be nice just an odd little shelf by the front cup holders but you cannot put anything on it or it slides off. The Bluetooth function is slow and annoying I have to listen to the directions every single time I turn it on. I wish I could bypass the directions someway just hit the button and say call and have it say call ___? And me say yes not have it say "did you want to call ____ please say dial or correction" it takes 3-4 prompts I have to listen through to place a call by then I am past the... (more)

2014 Nissan Versa Note - The perfect grandma car for a 20something

Megan
Central, South Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
This car seems like your average hatchback, but it's got more than it appears to at first. It's tiny enough to maneuver into tight spaces, yet has plenty of legroom and cargo space. It was not only built for function, but built for convenience and comfort. Even with some of the most basic options, the money spent on this car goes a long way. Mine has SiriusXM radio with a decent stereo system, Bluetooth, iPod/USB connection, a backup camera, more than enough cupholders for all passengers, and seating for five people. It feels like an SUV, but is lightweight. I'm only 5'4", but I sit up high enough to see where I'm driving, and I can accelerate quickly. The gas mileage is so good, that you fill up less frequently and easily forget which side the gas tank is on. I put over 1500 miles on ... (more)
Story
Trying to put an 11.5-Foot paddleboard on the top of this car can be a funny thing to see, but it's definitely worth the hassle. It's easy to take a quick trip to the lake and paddle around for a few hours. It's also fun driving to the lake with the radio playing and the windows rolled down.
Pros
My favorite features of this vehicle are the fuel economy, cargo space, and convenience options. Although I drive over 1500 miles a month, I spend less on gas than I have when I didn't travel as much. I get an average of 33.6 Miles per gallon, between driving on the highway and around town. There is plenty of cargo space. Not only can I pack in almost everything I own, but there is an extra compartment in the rear hatch area where I can hide things like shopping bags out of view. This car is fun to drive because of the extra features that this model has - like the SiriusXM radio and backup... (more)
Cons
This trim does not have alloy wheels, which I think would make it look much better and not so cheap. I also do not like that the gas tank only has a 10-gallon capacity, because I have to fill up my tank more frequently when I'm on a long trip. I also would have preferred if the engine were not so far up in the dash. It can be difficult to perform my own maintenance if parts like the battery were more accessible, and it would feel safer if the front end of the vehicle were longer, in case of a head-on collision.

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