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    Nissan adds two new trim levels to Versa Note

     

    Nissan announced this week the pricing and trim levels for the 2015 Nissan Versa Note hatchback, which debuted last year as a 2014 model. Two new trim levels are added for 2015, bringing the total to five available options: S, S Plus, SV, SR and SL.


    The new SR trim level is the sporty version of the Versa Note, with unique front and rear fascias, special grille, dark headlights, rear spoiler, fog lights, suede-like seats and 16-inch alloy wheels. The SR models will be instantly recognizable on the road, and are on sale now at dealers across the country.


    The SL trim is being added as the top of the line Versa Note, with many luxury features not previously available. A 5-inch color screen is standard, with NissanConnect apps, rear view monitor, heated seats, adjustable floor height, and alloy wheels.


    Nissan also announced that all Versa Note models, including the S, will have a Bluetooth hands-free phone system standard. Xtronic CVT models have the option for active grille shutters for better aerodynamics and fuel economy, and Nissan’s Around View Monitor is available (unique to the class).


    Pricing will start at $14,180 for a five-speed manual transmission Versa Note S, and the range-topping Versa Note SL will start at $17,960.


    Sources:
    http://nissannews.com/
    http://www.hartecars.com/

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