2015 Nissan Versa Note
The 2015 Nissan Versa Note comes in a five-passenger hatchback or sedan, giving buyers affordable and efficient options. Keeping with last year’s tradition, this year’s Versa has the lowest base price tag than any other sedan in its class.
With up to 40 mpg on the highway, the Versa isn’t just a short-term great buying decision, it’s also great in the long run for Philadelphia pleasure drivers and commuters.
The base Versa Note comes with a great price tag and comes standard with a two-speaker AM/FM/CD/Aux audio system and Bluetooth compatibility.
For power windows, power door locks, cruise control, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, or remote trunk release, you’ll need to upgrade to the S Plus or SV trims.; The Versa Note comes with four speakers and a 60/40 rear split folding seat in the base model.
Those seeking more tech features will want to upgrade to the SL model for the impressive NissanConnect infotainment navigation system, which comes with app integration, keeping you connected to Facebook, Pandora, Google, and Twitter during all of those long road trips. The 5-inch touch-screen display comes with Bluetooth audio streaming for easy smartphone integration. With a built-in safety module, you won’t be distracted by social media while driving—NissanConnect simply won’t let you.
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Easy Fill Tire Alert, new to the class, helps you fill up your tires without doing the stop-and-check game with the air pressure. The system monitors the pressure as you fill up and lets you know with a flash of the lights and a friendly beep when it’s time to stop.
For buyers who enjoy biking, hiking, and mud running around Philadelphia, the added accessories available for the Versa make it a great choice. With optional splash guards, all-season floor mats, an emergency road kit, and a first aid kit, you can be sure your car stays clean and you’re always prepared for an emergency. Adding interior trim appliques, illuminated kick plates, chrome trunk accent, and interior accent lighting can turn up the cool factor and maybe even help out your street cred.
The Versa Note, which goes for a bump in the base sedan price, has the Around View Monitor as an available option, making Philadelphia parallel parking as easy as it gets. With piano black, chrome, and silver interior accents, the Note feels sleek and sporty. With more customization features such as interior accent lighting, a rear roof spoiler, and chrome exhaust finisher, feeling fly in your new ride has never been simpler.
With a basic three-year/36,000-mile warranty, the 2015 Nissan Versa is a great choice for any buyer. Whether you’re a young first-time buyer looking for a fun car you can afford, a city-living shopper looking for a small car that can easily navigate Philadelphia streets, or you’re just in love with the affordability and reliability of the Nissan Versa, schedule a test drive at Montgomeryville Nissan today.