Nissan has discontinued the Versa Note hatchback in the United States a few years ago. The new Note is revamped for sale in the Japanese market. Nissan’s e-power hybrid system Note features an excellent design, commands, and more advanced features.
The note looks catches the eyes with a comfortable cabin and driver-friendly features. The subcompact hatchback is eccentric and cozy than the previous year’s Versa.
The front grille has stunning detailing with two-tone color options. The interior features a wide touchscreen, digital gauge cluster, and floating center cluster.
Nissan Note comes with a standard e-power hybrid powertrain with two electric motors and a gasoline engine that generates an excellent amount of power. The automaker has made it official the new Note is arriving in the dealership in December. The line-up will have a front and rear electric motor and all-wheel drive.
It comes equipped with a 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The e-power hybrid will soon be seen in the Nissan and Infiniti vehicles in the United States.