The Nissan Versa and its hatchback version, the Versa Note, have succeeded in the subcompact world since late, thanks to their combination of decent looks, excellent cargo space, loads of choices, and fantastic fuel economy. Not happy with leaving well sufficient alone, we expect Nissan to totally upgrade the versatile Versa Note for 2019.
2019 Nissan Versa Note Design
Nissan has actually stayed rather tight-lipped about the Versa Note’s redesign, so there are no details on exactly what it’ll appear like. Given its success, we do not anticipate a clean-sheet redesign, however rather we prepare for Nissan building on what has actually made it successful. Look for the Versa Note to maintain its high roofline and prevent opting for the swoopy appearance that tends to eat up cargo space. We can likely aim to the brand-new Maxima and the Sentra to obtain a feel for the design cues it’ll handle.
2019 Nissan Versa Note Engine
The current Versa Note uses a 1.6-liter engine to inject 109 horse power into this small hatchback. While the information surrounding the redesigned car’s engine stay under covers, Nissan’s move to turbo on the Sentra might point toward a smaller-displacement, turbocharged engine in the Versa. This would not only inject more power into the hatchback, however it would likewise reduce its weight and improve fuel economy.
2019 Nissan Versa Note Safety
The IIHS hasn’t totally checked the Versa Note, but its sibling, the Versa sedan, has actually undergone a handful of the IIHS’ tests. In the moderate-overlap, side, and roof-strength tests, the Versa sedan received “excellent” ratings. By the time the redesigned Versa Note hits showroom floors, it could have sufficient sophisticated features to earn a Top Safety Pick classification from the IIHS.
2019 Nissan Versa Note Pricing & Release Date
With its launching still more than a year away, we have no pricing details on the revamped Versa Note. That said, we do not expect a substantial rate spike from the present model’s price variety of $15,065 to $19,545 (location charges included).
In this range, the Versa Note takes heat from the Honda Fit ($16,825 to $21,100), the Ford Fiesta Hatchback ($15,265 to $21,845), and the Hyundai Accent ($15,830 to $17,330). We anticipate to see the upgraded Versa Note in display rooms at some point in 2019.