2015 Nissan Versa Note SR Photo Gallery (25 Photos)

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A year after its debut, Nissan is rolling out two new trim levels for its Versa Note hatchback. The 2015 Note SR debuted in Chicago today, giving the value-oriented car a bit of a sporty edge.

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The model wears several new exterior styling cues include an altered grille, smoked headlights and fog lights trimmed with black and chrome. In back, the SR gets a new rear spoiler and specific badges. Check out the gallery for more. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

Soakee

An "SR" version with an automatic/CVT? Are they kidding???

FlanKitty

Considering there are no upgrades where it counts (automatic climate control from the Micra parts bin, padding on the doors and a little more insulation) I'm going to have to give this a nope.

John

This and some other mediocre product from Mitsubishi are trying badly to be the Honda Fit. Why would anyone purchase this over a Fit.

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