Nissan Versa Note SR Unveiled at 2014 Chicago Auto Show
Serving as a taste of what’s to come for the 2015 model year, Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Nissan Sales & Marketing, Parts & Service, U.S.A., North America, introduced the world to the Nissan Versa Note SR at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show last week.
“The new Versa Note SR and SL grades retain all of the favorite consumer attributes of the Versa Note S, S Plus and SV trim levels – while adding a sportier look and feel in the case of the SR, and more standard technology and convenience items with the SL,” said Pierre Loing, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc, in a press release. “Now it’s as easy to find the right combination of equipment in the showroom as it is to enjoy the Versa Note when you take it home.”
The Versa Note SR will serve as the first of two unique trim levels available for the Note this year, alongside the Note SL. The Nissan Versa Note SR, along with all other available trims, will receive standard Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System access with steering wheel controls.
New to the Versa Note SR will be interior enhancements inspired by the Nissan 370Z, including a leather-wrapped steering wheel, suede-like fabric seats with orange accents and double stitching, and Fine Vision triple-dial gauge cluster.
“The new Versa Note SR offers an even more powerful appearance than the other grade levels, blending a sporty, European-style energy with a distinctive, driver-focused cockpit,” said Loing. “It’s a great demonstration that vehicles in this segment can offer sporty style along with attributes such as high utility and fuel economy.”
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