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NISSAN Note Versa/
NISSAN Note Versa/  2017 2022
2017 2022

The new Versa Note receives a styling update to bring it in line with other Nissan vehicles.
The previous base S trim with a manual transmission has been discontinued. Other changes include larger cup holders, a relocation of the USB port and 12-volt outlets, and the addition of a second 12-volt outlet on some trims. Nissan hatchback seats five and is offered in four trim levels: S Plus, SV, SR and SL. It’s powered by a 1.6 liter four cylinder engine 109 hp, 145 Nm of torque, routed through a continuously variable transmission (CVT) on the way to the front wheels.

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NISSAN Note   2013 2017
2013 2017

Combining affordability with technology and comfort, Nissan makes another entry into the subcompact market with the Note / Versa Note.
Unlike the other B-segment car they have, the Micra, this has lots of space for passengers lots of storage: 295 liters in the trunk and another 30 in an underfloor storage area. You can also move the rear bench forward to increase the cargo area to 411 liters or fold it flat. This isn’t the first Nissan Note, mind you, but it’s very well styled and comes with things you wouldn’t expect, like a reversing camera or road sensors to detect cars in your blind spot or lane departure warning.

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NISSAN Note   2008 2012
2008 2012

Nissan brought some important changes to the Note model for 2008.
The restyled compact car featured new headlights, hood, grille and bumper at the exterior and a revised instrument panel at the interior. The car was also available with 2WD and 4WD configurations, while also featuring more economical engines. The HR15DE 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine has been revised, as well as the XTRONIC CVT gearbox. Nissan also introduced the revised model with a new ‘Plus navi HDD’ upgrade (optional). The new Note was available for purchase as early as January 16, 2008.

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NISSAN Note   2005 2008
2005 2008

The Renault-Nissan Alliance produced some great vehicles, such as the Altima and the revival of the GTR.
But the money to build those were made by trials and errors. Such as the Nissan Note.

After the two car-makers started to work together, the Japanese company had to admit that they were not as good in making small cars as their French partners. But their kei-car obsession was transformed into a small MPV named Note and based on a jointly developed platform. In 2004, the Note hit the market. And the market hit back.

Tall, narrow, and long, the Note excelled in transporting five adults into a small-size vehicle that was easy to drive, easy to park, and handled well in the city. But the styling was not its main attribute. The swept-back headlights, the short hood, and the tall greenhouse didn’t arouse the European appetite. On the front, a tall bumper and narrow grille were installed. They said it will be good against parking trade-paints. The vertical rear end helped the driver, but the overall look of the car resembled a utility vehicle more than a family car.

Inside, there was enough room for five adults. Three seats in the back with more than enough legroom and headroom. Isofix child-seat mounting points and safety belts for everyone aboard were welcomed from the safety point of view. The sliding rear bench made possible trade for luggage or for legroom. For long trips, the glove-box was refrigerated and could hold up to 13 cans of beverages.

Nissan Note was offered with a choice of four engines mated to a 5-speed manual, plus another version mated to a CVT. But the sales didn’t go well and the small MPV was discontinued in 2013.

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