2015 Nissan Versa Note Priced At $14,990, New SR At $18,340

May 29, 2014
After being introduced as an all-new model last year, the Nissan Versa Note is getting a couple minor changes for the 2015 model year. As announced at the Chicago Auto Show, the 2015 Nissan Versa Note will be adding two trim levels to go along with some minor pricing changes, which were just announced.

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Bringing a sportier style to the lineup, the new Versa Note SR (shown above) starts at $18,340, and it includes cosmetic upgrades like sporty front and rear fascias, fog lights, smoked headlights, a rear liftgate spoiler, 16-inch wheels and “suede-like” seats.

Also new for 2015 is the Versa Note SL. For 2014, the SL was a package on the SV trim level, but it is now the range-topping, stand-alone trim starting at $18,770. This trim comes standard with heated front seats, a backup camera, NissanConnect with Mobile Apps and the adjustable cargo area load floor. The Versa Note SL can also be equipped with navigation and heated mirrors as a part of the $790 Tech Package.

Adding the SR and SL now gives the 2015 Nissan Versa Note a total of five trim levels from which customers can choose, including the base Versa Note S, which receives a slightly higher starting price of $14,990. This represents an increase of $190 compared to 2014, but the Versa Note S now comes standard with Bluetooth phone pairing and is still one of the lowest-priced hatchbacks on the market. With this starting price, the 2015 Nissan Versa Note is $1,325 less than the new Honda Fit, $435 less than the ever-popular Ford Fiesta hatchback and it’s even $525 less than aged Mazda2.

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Matching the base S trim, the starting price of the S Plus trim also increases by $190 to $16,240, and adds standard equipment like Nissan’s Xtronic continuously variable transmission, active grill shutters and cruise control. The biggest price jump for 2015 is to the SV trim level, which climbs $340 to $17,140. The 2015 Nissan Versa Note is on sale now, and all of the above prices include the required $810 destination charge.


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