Nissan has revealed the 2018 Versa Note will be priced from $15,480.
Currently on sale, the 2018 model costs the same as its predecessor but adopts additional standard equipment and a revised trim structure.
First and foremost, the Versa Note S Plus has been renamed the Versa Note S. Despite the name change, the model carries over untouched and continues to feature a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 109 hp (81 kW) and 107 lb-ft (144 Nm) of torque. It is connected to an Xtronic transmission which enables the hatchback to have an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 31 mpg city / 39 mpg highway / 34 mpg combined.
The mid-level Versa Note SV starts at $16,380 and can be equipped with a new SV Special Edition Package that includes a vehicle immobilizer, an easy fill tire alert system, a push button ignition, and an intelligent key.
Moving up to the $17,980 Versa Note SR rewards buyers with a sportier exterior that has body-color side skirts, front fog lights, and 16-inch aluminum wheels. The model also has a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel and suede-like seats.
The only changes to the SR variant are new standard equipment including a push button ignition, an intelligent key, a vehicle immobilizer, and an easy fill tire alert system.
Last but not least, the range-topping Versa Note SL has been dropped altogether. Nissan declined to say why that particular trim was eliminated but it used to cost $18,710.