2014 Nissan Versa Note Video

For those who missed the hatchback after it disappeared during Nissan Versa's 2013 redesign, it's back. Now called the Versa Note, Nissan improves on the sedan version's bland looks, but its value for bargain shoppers remains constant, says Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays. This sub-$15,000 car is plenty roomy for front and rear occupants and zippy enough to get into the highway groove. Some chintzy interior materials and unimpressive cargo space disappoint, but not nearly enough to sour the overall harmony of the fun, practical Versa Note. Watch the video above.

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Comments 

I test drove one of these two weeks ago and had the same feelings as Kelsey. The interior is dressed in depressing hard plastics, but the amount of space was impressive, especially compared to the Fiesta. It did feel a little slow with three people on board, and the handling was a pleasant surprise; not sporty, but flat and predictable.

Too bad they only offer a manual on the base S, and with that trim no cruise is available.

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