Nissan is shaking things up this year before the Los Angeles Auto Show. Rather than waiting for the auto show, the Japanese carmaker has decided to take the cover off two 2017 Nissan models—the 2017 Nissan Versa Note and the 2017 JUKE Black Pearl Edition.
“The Nissan new product onslaught for the 2017 model year is so extensive, we’re bringing out the new Versa Note and JUKE Black Pearl early,” said Michael Bunce, vice president for Product Planning with Nissan North America. “The four latest additions to the lineup follow our ongoing ‘Year of the Truck’ campaign, which has seen the introduction of an all-new Armada, new Rogue, revised Pathfinder, and new Titan half-ton and Titan Single Cab.”
The 2017 Versa Note showcases a new design and a variety of interior changes that were driven by customer input. With these changes, Nissan is hoping the Versa Note will become even more popular this year.
The JUKE Black Pearl Edition is looking to appeal to those consumers that love aftermarket looks. Nissan has turned the JUKE SV into a limited-edition model that has exclusive white bumper accents and trim, along with a number of black-and-white accents in the cabin.
These models are the first of four new Nissan vehicles that will debut during the LA Auto Show. Along with the JUKE Black Pearl Edition and the 2017 Versa Note, the Japanese carmaker also unveiled a new NISMO product on November 15th and the 2017 Nissan Rogue: Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition model during a press conference on November 16th.
With kids of all ages getting ready to go back to school, parents around the country are piling into stores to buy pencils, paper, and notebooks, but what if your student is a newly-licensed driver in need of a trustworthy car?
Surely, you want to make sure that your son or daughter has a ride that will keep them safe and won’t get them laughed out of the parking lot, but you don’t want to pay a fortune in the process. Look no further than the 2015 Nissan Versa Note.
The Versa Note was named one of the “10 Best Back-to-School Cars of 2015” by the editors of Kelley Blue Book, adding to its status as one of KBB’s “10 Tech-Savviest Cars Under $20,000” and “10 Coolest Cars Under $18,000.” If those awards don’t tell you that the Nissan Versa Note has you covered on all fronts, then you probably need to just drive it for yourself.
With a starting MSRP of $14,180, a versatile and roomy interior, exceptional fuel economy, and an advanced suite of safety features, the 2015 Nissan Versa Note is a parent’s—and a young driver’s—dream come true. Sample one for yourself here at Cronic Nissan!
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.