The new 2015 Nissan Versa Note five-door hatchback is monumentally affordable while also saving at the pump as well. The front-wheel drive small car with a five-speed manual transmission and a roomy backseat goes for a dazzling $14,990, making it one of the lowest-prices new cars released in the U.S market.
A model with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that the driver controls like an automatic is still inexpensive, costing a low $16,240. Do the math you can see that two Versa Notes come out being the same price as an average new vehicle, making the car an extraordinary deal. Test both Versa Notes at Lewis Nissan today!
The Versa Note also has superb gas mileage, getting 31 miles per gallon in city driving and 40 mpg on the highway, for an average of 35 mpg. A full tank can take you an estimated 378 miles, giving the car the third-best figures for any non-hybrid and non-electric hatchback being offered today while also saving at the pump. You can thank the active grille shutters on both Versa Note models that improve aerodynamics by “automatically closing off some grille openings once the car is moving at more than 20 miles per hour” (Abc News).
Don’t you love it when you come home to find an Amazon box sitting on your doorstep? Sometimes, as the saying goes, good things come in small packages, but often, bigger is better and recently Nissan delivered the biggest Amazon package ever!
For one lucky customer in Madison, Wisconsin, they received their new Nissan Versa Note delivered via Amazon box. Nissan had plans to do a video and press release later this month, but unfortunately for Nissan, one Reddit user spilled the beans on what was going to be a big surprise later this month. The recipient of the package, however, did know it was coming.
So, how did this happen, you might be wondering. Well, late last year, Amazon was selling the Nissan Versa Note online. When customers placed their orders, they would then be connected with their local Nissan dealer. The first 100 people to order got $1,000 Amazon gift cards. Then, Nissan chose one of those customers to receive their new car in an Amazon box.
Nissan will be revealing more details about the winner later this month when it releases its planned video.
The 2014 Nissan Versa Note is all-new and has earned a spot as one of the top 10 best back-to-school cars according to Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com list. Every year editors at Kelly Blue Book develop their list of the 10 Best Back-to-School Cars based on characteristics that appeal and cater to the average student’s lifestyle. KBB.com credited the Versa Notes’ cost efficiency, overall technology and a sleek design as top factors to the vehicles high ranking.
Jon Brancheau, vice president, Marketing, Nissan North America, Inc. said “The all-new Versa Note offers the ideal combination of versatility, style and technology , all at an attractive price point for the budget-savvy student heading back to campus this fall. The Versa Note’s modern styling provides enhanced aerodynamics for improved fuel economy while its dramatic shape and proportions add an energetic look to reflect the active lives of its target consumers.”
The Versa Note can seat up to five people and has an EPA estimated 31 mpg city, 40 mpg highway and 35 mpg combined fuel economy on the CVT-equipped models. The Versa Note starts at $13,990. For more information on the 2014 Versa Note, visit our website.