The 2015 Nissan Versa Note has emerged as one of the most affordable vehicles on the market. Not only will buyers find some of the lowest prices at the dealership, but they can also find they will make fewer visits to the gas station, as the Versa Note has great MPG.
In fact, the Versa Note gets 31 miles per gallon city and 40 miles per gallon highway, averaging out to 35 mpg overall. That makes for the third best fuel economy among non-hybrid and non-electric hatchbacks.
This excellent fuel economy comes from great engineering and design. Active grille shutters that improve aerodynamics by automatically closing off some grille openings after the car reaches higher speeds come standard. With that technology, Nissan estimates the Versa Note can go 378 miles on one tank of gas.
And all of that comes in a vehicle starting at $14,990, making the Versa Note one of the least expensive new cars out there. If you want to see how the Versa Note can save you money, come check it out at Cronic Nissan.