Nissan's not messing with success when it comes to revising the Versa Note hatchback.

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All trim levels now receive the sportier rear bumper that was formerly only available on the SR trim.

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The front end features a new grille, keeping in line with the look of other new Nissan models, even the GT-R.

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The interior features larger cup holders, thanks to customer demand.

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The USB port and 12-volt outlet have been moved, and there's now a second 12-volt outlet available, as well.

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All trims receive the same 109-horsepower, 1.6-liter I4 engine.

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The only transmission on offer is a revised CVT featuring step-like shifts, which should appease automatic transmission owners.

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Opt for the sporty SR trim, and you get even more kit, including fog lights, faux-suede seats and a sport steering wheel.

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The top-tier SL trim adds heated seats, navigation and Nissan's excellent Around View Monitor.

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The 2017 Versa Note debuts at the LA Auto Show in November.

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Pricing has yet to be announced.

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