Used 2017 Nissan Versa Note Hatchback
Pros & Cons
- Roomy interior with an adult-friendly backseat
- Affordable base price
- Clever cargo space
- High fuel economy
- Slow acceleration and lackluster handling
- Noisy engine doesn't sound very refined
- No telescoping steering wheel
- Low-quality interior materials
Used 2017 Nissan Versa Note Hatchback for Sale
Which Versa Note does Edmunds recommend?
The base S Plus trim is far too bare-bones even for the price, with hand-cranked windows and an actual key to open and start the car. We recommend stepping up to the SV trim so you won't feel like you got stuck with the last car at a rental counter.
Stepping up to higher trims yields diminishing returns, particularly if you're in the majority who own a smartphone. Free apps for navigation and entertainment are a fine substitute for the factory options and features.
Edmunds' Expert Review
|Overall||3.0 / 5|
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Features & Specs
Our experts like the Versa Note models:
- RearView Monitor
- Gives you a view of what's behind you on the dash-mounted screen.
- Around View Monitor
- Delivers a bird's-eye view of your car, taking any guesswork out of maneuvering in tight spaces.
- Hands-Free Text Messaging Assistant
- Helps to keep your eyes on the road by reading messages and responding with pre-selected texts.