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The Note, along with its new "Squash Line," is an important car for Nissan, demonstrated by the big show the company put on for the little B-segment hatchback. Having done well with the Note so far since its introduction as a 2006 model, the revamped global five-door has taken the lead in providing design cues for other models, like our Versa hatchback.

Nissan has said the Versa will get "features tailored to its markets in North and South America." We don't know how that means it will differ from the Note, but we hope the Versa's launch comes with water cannon projections, too. You can watch it all in the video below.



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      David
      • 2 Years Ago
      great introduction))
      Kevin Chu
      • 2 Years Ago
      I thought we will receive the Tiida Hatchback(which revealed in China last year) as our Versa Hatckback. That one looks more like a Versa than this one.
      • 2 Years Ago
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      Drakkon
      • 2 Years Ago
      Unt ta unt ta unt ta unt ta unt ta unt ta Not in love the the car but that multimedia production was pretty dern cool.
      spms87
      • 2 Years Ago
      First of all, car aside that was a pretty great introduction gimmick. If the car was graded on presentation only, it has a good start. In terms of the car, folks can knock it but it is a solid design. No it's not drastic, but if they put an interior on this like that of the new Altima they have a very appealing entry. Some of Nissan's designs are polarizing, but this one seems much more conservative. Either way, their products are interesting and gathering momentum... an most importantly seem to sell well. This is just another example.
      caydiz
      • 2 Years Ago
      It's interesting to note that whatever Cosumer Reports and Car & Driver say about the Versa, it outsold the Honda Fit , Toyota Yaris, and Hyundai Accent fpr the past two years. Cay Dizon
        Leather Bear
        • 2 Years Ago
        @caydiz
        Though I didn't take the time to look for exact figures, the Versa has been a fleet sales mainstay for years. If you factor these out of the sales figures for the models you mention and concentrate strictly on retail sales, and I suspect the gap between the Versa and the others would narrow substantially.
      Snark
      • 2 Years Ago
      Nissan cars tend to inspire two reactions in me: pants-shitting revulsion or "pass the vicodin"-style apathy and listlessness.
      Teko
      • 2 Years Ago
      Nissan is becoming more boring each year. The Z & Maxima are the only cars I care for in their current line up.
      Edward
      • 2 Years Ago
      At first glance, it looked like the next Honda Jazz/Fit. Second, too.
      Jeremiah
      • 2 Years Ago
      What is with that grill? It's not that it's ugly, it's just that it doesn't match the rest of the Nissan lineup. I thought the new grill for cars going forward is the one that's on the Versa and Altima?
      tenspeeder
      • 2 Years Ago
      The front design has a lot in common with the new CRV. Put an 'H' on the grille and it could easily be the next Fit
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