2014 Nissan Versa Note SReview
It's Bigger On The Inside Than On The Outside — After my wife's Honda Accord transmission died, I decided I needed a cheapie commuter car for to and from work. The wife and I rented a Nissan Versa Note for a week, just to live with it. I fell in love. The biggest pro for me is I went from spending $98 US a week to $15 in fuel. The car comfortably seats four adults, has cold AC, enough power to get around. So, I went to the dealership and bought one.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: Excellent fuel economy, great handling in town, small footprint makes it easy to park in tight spaces.
Cons: Very utitilitarian (sometimes a pro, sometimes a con), I've never owned a Nissan so I'm still uncertain about brand
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