The 2015 Nissan Versa Note gains two new trim levels, and the addition of standard Bluetooth pushes the base model's sticker price up $190 compared to the 2014 model's entry price.
The 2015 Nissan Versa Note S now starts at $14,990 with a manual transmission, including destination, or $16,240 in S Plus guise with a continuously variable transmission. The Versa Note SV, which was previously the top trim, now costs $17,140.
New for this model year is a sporty SR trim level (pictured), which debuted for the 2015 Nissan Versa Note at the 2014 Chicago auto show. Compared to standard versions of the hatch, the SR model adds unique front and rear fascias, a rear spoiler, 16-inch alloy wheels, dark-tinted headlight surrounds, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and piano-black dashboard trim. It costs $18,340. The $660 SR Convenience package adds a 5.0-inch color radio display, satellite radio, and a backup camera.
Nissan also added an SL model at the top of the Versa Note roster, which requires $18,770. It includes as standard 16-inch wheels, heated front seats, push-button start, a rear center console cupholders, with a backup camera, satellite radio, Bluetooth, and a 5.0-inch color radio display. The SL Tech package, $790, adds navigation with voice recognition, and heated mirrors.
All versions of the 2015 Nissan Versa Note continue to use a 1.6-liter inline-four engine with 109 hp and 107 lb-ft of torque. Models with the CVT return 31/40 mpg (city/highway), while the base S model with a five-speed manual is rated at 27/36 mpg.