2015 Nissan Versa NoteRamona Hayes - Dallas, TX10/20/2016
It's not to big not small but just the right size to drive and hold a lot of odds and ends and comfortable for 3-5 people. It's great on GAS and the mileage is awesome, with the price of gas as it is, it doesn't take a lot to fill it up and doesn't drink a lot, easy to maintain and comes in a lot of nice colors. The AC is great in this Texas heat, and the heated seats will be nice with our freeze we get. My daughter can drive it and she can control the car, not overbearing but not a teensy weensy car either. The storage for groceries or other items as well as the seats go down for more room if need be. I like this car it's a smart little zoom, zoom car but yet still fashionable and looks great. very economical.
Great car for the price and milage
2014 Nissan Versa NoteJOSEPH R HARRISON - 3239 MICHIGAN AVENUE, CO05/25/2015
I love this car for its leg room front and back. I like that I am able fit it completely in almost any parking space and most importantly I love that fact that most times I only have to fill this car up with gas about once every other week, if not longer. Amen!!
Good car but under powered
2015 Nissan Versa NoteJ Green - Memphis, TN10/28/2016
The Versa Note gets great gas mileage and can still haul 5 people. It is a little under powered for when you need to accelerate quickly. It does have a small fuel tank so even with better fuel economy, you don't get much more range before having to refuel.
This article covers CarMax’s best-selling small cars of 2017 based on vehicle sales data from January 1 through October 31, 2017. If you’re looking for style and affordability, a small car may fit the bill.
Compact SUVs are great for everything from daily commutes to weekend family road trips. These small SUVs are more popular than ever with the style to match. Check out this list of CarMax’s best-selling compact SUVs of 2017, based on sales data from January 1 – July 2017.
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