2018 Nissan Versa Note Pricing and Preview

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] Pricing is the same, equipment is up, and efficiency remains the same.

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Sept. 25, 2017

    2018 Nissan Versa Note Hatch 1.6S - $16,365 to start incl $885 D&H Charge and offers owners the same 31/39 mpg city/highway as the 2017 Versa Note w/ the 1.6L mated to the CVT.

    2018 Nissan Versa Note

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    Nissan announced U.S. pricing for its 2018 Nissan Versa Note hatchback across three trims – S, SV and SR – with prices unchanged from 2017.

    For 2018, the Versa Note SR receives a Proximity key with push button start, an Immobilizer System, and Easy Fill Tire Alert. The Versa Note SV adds the same new features as part of the SV Special Edition Package (previously named the SV Appearance Package). The SL is no longer offered, and the S Plus is renamed the S.

    2018 Nissan Versa Note Interior

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    2018 Nissan Versa Note MSRP
    • Versa Note 1.6 S Xtronic - $15,480 USD
    • Versa Note 1.6 SV Xtronic - $16,380 USD
    • Versa Note 1.6 SR Xtronic - $17,980 USD
    Destination and handling $885

    The Versa Note hatch includes the latest Nissan DNA "V-Motion" grille through to the wrap-around halogen headlamps. The Note hatch provides 94.1/18.8 cu. ft. of passenger/cargo volume. The passenger volume is close to that of most C-segment sedans and the utility and volume of a hatch is always welcome.

    The 2018 Versa Note continues to be powered by the 1.6L I4 mated to the brands Xtronic CVT w/ D-step Logic.

    2018 NissanVersa Note

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    The question being can it compete against the all-new 2018 Kia Rio and 2018 Hyundai Accent going forward.

    All-new 2018 Kia Rio Preview
    All-new 2018 Hyundai Accent

    It certainly has them under foot when it comes to monthly sales but ... Resting on laurels can bring about an unexpected sales volume reduction if they do not keep up.
     
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  2. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    At least it's a proper hatchback and not extremely dorky-looking. Now if only Nissan can give us an efficient drivetrain.

    Any of the major Asian or American ( ok, just the Asians ) could give us a very nice B-class car. But who would actually buy one ?

    I really really REALLY liked the Prius c. But the giant discounts on the Liftback ( and enough room to swallow a Trek) sold me on the Liftback.
     
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