The 2014 Nissan Versa note can now be ordered from 14,780 USD, including the 790 USD destination charge, across the United States.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the cheapest version of the 2014 Nissan Versa is the 1.6 S, equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, but this is still more expensive than the Kia Rio, the Ford Fiesta, the Hyundai Accent, the Mazda2, the Chevrolet Sonic, the Honda Fit or the Toyota Yaris, so you should probably check out what the competition has to offer, before going in to buy the 2014 Versa Note.
The 1.6 S models are equipped with features such as the AM/FM/CD audio receiver with auxiliary input, the power side mirrors and air conditioning, amongst others. Options list includes the 15-inch aluminum wheels, for an extra 700 USD, the Sport Value Package for 760 USD and some other tweaks. If an automatic transmission is what you’re looking for, get ready to pay 16,030 USD for the Versa Note 1.6 S Plus model, which is adding a CVT instead of the manual gearbox. This version is also getting active grille shutter and cruise control. The top of the line Versa Note SV, for the 2014 model year, will set you back for another 1,700 USD.