Just one model year after it arrived, the Nissan Versa Note — a hatchback offshoot of the current-gen Versa sedan that debuted more than three years ago — added a (sort of) tricked-out SR trim for 2015 (pictured above). That brought the trim count to five, and Nissan announced pricing across the board today. The base stick-shift Versa Note S starts at $14,990, while an automatic Versa SL tops the ladder at $18,770. Add in factory options and the price can climb as high as $20,260; all prices include an $810 destination fee.
That stays about even with the 2014 Versa Note ($14,800 for the stick-shift S to $20,000 for an optioned-out SL, including destination). Bluetooth phone without audio streaming is standard for 2015; audio streaming is optional on the SV/SR and standard on the SL, which slots atop the group. Including an $810 destination charge, pricing is as follows: