ABC News is reporting that your wallet will love the affordable 2015 Nissan Versa Note, which scores big at the pump as well. The front-wheel drive five-door hatchback 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. The automatic version is still inexpensive, costing an astounding $16,240.
The Versa Note also gets outstanding gas mileage, getting 31 miles per gallon in city driving and 40 mpg on the highway, for a combined 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 on the market. The active grille shutters on both Versa Note models that improve aerodynamics and gas mileage by “automatically closing off some grille openings once the car is moving at more than 20 miles per hour” contribute to great mileage, which saves you even more cash every time that you refuel.
It is clear that both Versa Notes are an amazing deal, so test drive both Versa Notes at Rothrock Nissan today and figure out which one is right for you.