The second largest Japanese automaker has announced it would introduce during the Los Angeles Auto Show its new addition to the Color Studio customization program by ways of introducing the 2016 Versa Note to it.
The program is available for the Juke already and the new Versa Note Color Studio will allow customers to choose from varying interior and exterior styling accessories that can be painted in six different colors: Black, White, Red, Black-Purple, Orange and faux Carbon Fiber. Exterior garnishes go from a front lip spoiler to door handle claddings, mirror caps and also reach the 15-inch alloy wheels and other amenities include a tailgate-mounted spoiler and colored wheel center caps. The interior is also highly color-customizable, with the hues touching the air vent rings, speaker rings and trim finishes. We also have on standby a rearview mirror cover, kick plates and special floor mats. For those looking for an affordable customization program the Color Studio should be an easy pick, with the entire range of accessories available a la carte and the costs easily included in the acquisition or lease price.
A regular 2016 Versa Note will set customers back at least $14,180 and comes equipped with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine churning out just 109 bhp (81 kW) and 107 lb-ft (144 Nm) of torque. The powertrain options include a five-speed manual or the Xtronic continuously variable transmission which delivers an EPA-rated fuel economy of 31 mpg city / 40 mpg highway.