The 2019 Nissan Versa Note subcompact hatchback comes with a surprising amount of space, an impressive degree of fuel economy (39 mpg on the highway) and a highly reasonable starting price. Naturally, it grows more cheerful as it becomes less cheap, but never stretches to providing much driving enjoyment. That trade-off is bound to work for some people, though.
New Features and Revisions
After some additions late in the 2018 model year (rearview camera and 7-inch infotainment touch screen), the only tweak for the 2019 Versa Note is the inclusion of Nissan Connect for the uppermost SV and SR trims, bringing remote services, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, and satellite radio.