Nissan Versa Note
The Nissan Versa Note is a small multi-purpose vehicle, manufactured by the Japanese automaker, Nissan. The Nissan Versa Note, which was unveiled at a Motor Show in Paris in 2004, is a five-door hatchback. The retail versions of the Nissan Versa Note are derived from the design of the Nissan Tone Concept.
The Japan model of the Nissan Versa Note went on sale on the 20th of January 2005. Early models of the Nissan Note comprise:
15E, 15RX, 15S V, 15S-package.
15S FOUR, 15E FOUR, 15S FOUR V-package.
Early models of the Nissan Note Rider comprise.
15S V and 15S-package.
15S FOUR V and 15S FOUR-package.
Early Lifecare Vehicles of the Nissan Note comprise:
Enchante, which includes the slide-out, raised front traveler's Seat, 15S, 15E, 15S FOUR and 15E FOUR.
Enchante that includes spin front traveler's Seat, 15S FOUR and 15S.
The European replica of the Nissan Versa Note was unveiled at the Motor Show in Frankfurt in 2005, followed by the introduction at the Motor Show in Geneva in 2006.
Retail model of the Nissan Versa Note went on sale during Spring 2006. Early models of the Nissan Versa Note incorporated an option of four engines, such as 1.4-liter and 1.6-liter petrol engines and two numbers of 1.5-liter Diesel engines.
The Nissan Versa Note was first launched in the United Kingdom automotive market in the world. The Nissan Versa Note shares a few of its reinforcements with the Renault Modus, and is planned to vie with the Opel or Vauxhall Meriva, the Modus and the Citroën C3 Picasso. The Nissan Versa Note is produced at the Nissan's Washington plant in England, as an indirect descendant to the traditional average-sized Almera hatchback that stopped construction at Washington during November 2006. The direct descendant to the Almera is the Tiida in Europe, but it has not been formally introduced in the United Kingdom, even though it has been accessible since March 2009 with its models resourced from the Republic of Ireland by the Arnold Clark dealership group.
The Nissan Versa Note was released in three different specifications, such as the SVE, SE, and S. The base model of the Nissan Versa Note was outfitted with full power windows, front fog lights, and alloy wheels or the Flexible-Board boot system.
The SE model was introduced with 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, air conditioning, and Flexible-Board boot.
The SVE model was equipped with climate control, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, and ESP.
The current Nissan Versa Note is equipped with the notable exterior features, such as:
Intelligent Key with propinquity sensors.
Boomerang LED back lights from the Nissan Qashqai.
Domed roof line from the Fusion concept sedan.
Dual-deck four-slot grille from the Nissan Murano.
17 inch alloy wheels.
Dark grey external body color.
Some of the interior features of the Nissan Versa Note include:
Perforated metallic silver and black leather upholstery.
Brushed aluminum internal fittings.
Light grey headlining with mostly black trim, sports seats, and double glass strips run along the roof length.
Brushed aluminum exhibit panel with satellite navigation monitor and glove box slot, climate control system, brushed aluminum middle console with armrest, and storage area.
Two deep set dials at the back of the three-spoke steering wheel.
All the three models have been since restored with the Acenta, the Visia, the Tekna and the Acenta R. Among these models, the Visia is almost equal to the previous S model, whereas the Acenta R, the Acenta, and the Tekna currently come complete with the Bluetooth connectivity and the MP3 auxiliary jack as no price options.