Nissan's new, improved 2014 Versa Note hatchback boasts some interesting tech features for a car in this entry-level class, but doesn't outgrow its cheap-car roots.
New for the 2014 model year, this fully loaded Nissan Versa Note improves wildly on the previous generation of Versa hatchback.
The 2014 Nissan Versa Note offers good efficiency and space for people and cargo, but there are so many better values in this class.
It's lightweight, folds small, and lets you spin your iPad 360 degrees: this is the little portable mounting arm we always wanted.
The 2014 Nissan Versa Note is noteworthy thanks to a few interesting cabin technology additions.
With an apparent focus on keeping its price low, Nissan made very little tech available in the 2012 Versa SV. It offers some basics, but competitors in this segment have more robust electronics.
Nissan is recalling 39,000 Versa cars because the cars can be shifted out of park without depressing the brake pedal.
The 2012 Nissan Versa may be one of the cheapest cars you can buy, but it is not a great tech value.
One of the cheapest cars you can buy is far from the worst.
Nissan gave its Versa model a serious economy update, lowering the displacement of the engine for better fuel economy. But tech is largely unavailable in the model lineup, and what is available pales in comparison to the competition.