The compact car market is a crowded one and has been ever since that style of automobile really took hold in the 80s. As such, it takes true talent, vision engineering savvy for a new compact car to really and truly stand out from the pack.
Nissan understands this.
In fact, there are few car companies who understand this more fully than Nissan. As one of the companies who helped kickstart the compact car revolution in America by exporting its excellently engineered compacts from Japan, they have been a vanguard of the revolution since Day One. They understand better than most what makes for a truly great compact car.
That understanding has once again become personified, this time in the form of the Nissan Versa Note.
The Nissan Versa Note is everything Nissan strives for when it comes to a vehicle that needs to be small and efficient. The vehicle is powered by advanced 1.6L four-cylinder engine with dual fuel injection and Twin CVTC (Continuously Variable Timing Control), meaning it's got enough get-up-and-go to get you where you need to be, but with most of its focus centered on being nice to your wallet.
And while the vehicle is certainly tightly designed, the interior is still spacious enough to be comfortable and with a few tricks up its sleeves. Or rather, under its floor boards, to be more precise.
Lifting up the cargo floor board reveals a hidden area underneath to keep valuables out of sight. When more space is needed for carrying taller or bulkier items, lowering the floor board creates a deeper cargo well.
So if you're looking for a vehicle that knows how to use what it has to the utmost effect while also never taking up too much space, there's really only one choice: The Nissan Versa Note.