Versa Note 1The Nissan Note is a subcompact car built and sold by Nissan. The Note debuted in 2004 as a 2005 model, but it did not see worldwide release; Nissan kept it away from the North American market due to the Nissan Versa Hatchback being sold in the U.S. and Canada, which is basically the same model. The Note is technically classified as a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV), and is used as such in many markets; however, its size puts it into the subcompact car category, and its available engines are not powerful enough to haul more than passengers and a bit of cargo, limiting its functions as a “multi-purpose vehicle.” The Note came to U.S. shores in 2013 for the 2014 model year, after the second generation Note was released the year before and the Versa Hatchback model was discontinued. Read more about the Note via Cars.com.

The Note comes in three available models, the S, the S Plus and the SV, though an optional package – the SL – is available on the SV, though this is considered more of an available option as opposed to a whole new trim level. All three models plus the SL come packaged with a 1.6L engine capable of producing 109 horsepower, with 31/40 city/highway MPG. The S is the most barebones model and only comes with a 5-speed manual transmission, though an optional automatic transmission is available on all other models. As the features increase the price increases; the higher-priced models include the Nissan Connect technology suite, Bluetooth connectivity, upgraded seats and cloth interior, upgraded exterior designs including an upgraded grill and upgraded lights, and much more.

Like its little sibling, the Versa Sedan, the Note is a smaller car, which means that it should have zero problems fitting on the back of a standard car transport carrier – after all, vehicles the size of the Versa Sedan are what car shipping trucks were built for, and even then larger cars, particularly older boats and the like, can fit on a carrier without having to pay extra for more weight. This makes it easier and cheaper for you to find auto shipping services for your Nissan Versa Note. Likewise, the Note starts at just $13,990, which means that it’s not an incredibly expensive or luxurious car, even if it may seem that way. You should not anticipate any problems arising from the vehicle itself if it is in working and running condition.

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