With a few small enhancements, Nissan's littlest hatchback is ready to make the value play that much more appealing.
Nissan's not messing with success when it comes to revising the Versa Note hatchback.
All trim levels now receive the sportier rear bumper that was formerly only available on the SR trim.
The front end features a new grille, keeping in line with the look of other new Nissan models, even the GT-R.
The interior features larger cup holders, thanks to customer demand.
The USB port and 12-volt outlet have been moved, and there's now a second 12-volt outlet available, as well.
All trims receive the same 109-horsepower, 1.6-liter I4 engine.
The only transmission on offer is a revised CVT featuring step-like shifts, which should appease automatic transmission owners.
Opt for the sporty SR trim, and you get even more kit, including fog lights, faux-suede seats and a sport steering wheel.
The top-tier SL trim adds heated seats, navigation and Nissan's excellent Around View Monitor.
The 2017 Versa Note debuts at the LA Auto Show in November.
Pricing has yet to be announced.
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