Nissan Prices 2014 Versa Note


The redesigned-for-2014 Nissan Versa Note is set to hit dealerships this month at a nearly 5% discount from the outgoing model, the automaker announced. The new Versa hatchback will start at $14,780 (including a $790 destination charge); that's $680 less than its predecessor. It joins the second-generation Versa sedan in the lineup.

All three Versa trim levels — S, S Plus and SV — have a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. The Versa Note S comes with a standard five-speed automatic transmission and starts at $14,780; the S Plus, which adds a continuously variable automatic transmission, starts at $16,030; and the SV, which also has a CVT, starts at $16,780. Fuel economy for CVT-equipped models is 31/40 mpg city/highway.

Available features for 2014 include:

  • 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
  • A 360-degree camera monitoring system
  • Active grille shutters for enhanced fuel economy
  • Adjustable rear load floor height
  • NissanConnect multimedia system with navigation, hands-free text messaging, Google Services, Pandora compatibility and Bluetooth connectivity
  • Nissan Intelligent Key
  • Satellite radio
  • Heated front seats and side mirrors

2014 Nissan Versa Note: Photo Gallery
2014 Nissan Versa Note: Up Close
2014 Nissan Versa Note Video



No manual tranny available?


No sunroof option?
There's some good stuff to be had in the Versa Note, but lack of a sunroof option makes this a deal-breaker, spreaking for myself.


Lack of sunroof option on a entry-level subcompact is a deal-breaker? Well, I guess it is true what they say. Consumers are demanding more and more upscale content from this class.

I am curious as to how the Adjustable rear load floor height works. The deep well and bulky folded rear seat was an inconvenience in the previous generation Versa Hatchback, and perhaps this will create a contiguous flat cargo floor?


toronado455: I spoke for myself with my post concerning lack of a sunroof for this machine, and YES, it is a deal breaker...again: I speak for each their own.


The Versa Note S has a Manual transmission, according to Nissan's website


Looks nice, they can rather call it as Note instead of Versa Note.

Since this is prices affordably, it should sell well.

Remember, Note should have more interior space than Versa sedan.


I am with AladdinSane - no car for me without a sun roof. I use it even in the winter in Minnesota. Whenever I look at the specs for a car, the first thing I check is what trim gets me a sunroof.


I drove the early European model of this car in 2006 in Switzerland (Renault back then) and it was fabulous, roomy and handled very well. The Nissan version is nice in terms of design, but the engine isn't half has good as the Renault version (Corsa, I think, was the name).

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