2014 Versa Note Brings Tech and Features to Subcompact Class

2014 Nissan Versa NoteThe 2014 Versa Note from Nissan not only brings great new styling to the subcompact world but also introduces available technology and features that are class exclusive and class-leading fuel efficiency.

Optional features available in the 2014 Versa Note include an Around View monitor that is class exclusive in the subcompact economy car segment and even for a few class levels above. It is unheard of for technology like this to be available in a car that starts under $14,000. This system allows drivers to see their immediate surroundings (forward, sides, and rear) on a single display and makes parking in tight spaces simple. The rear-view camera can also project steering angle to show where you are steering the car.

Another awesome feature is the Divide & Hide adjustable floor which allows for either a sunken trunk space with extra cargo volume or a raised “false-floor” that has a hidden storage compartment beneath. With up to 40 MPG, the Versa Note has class-leading fuel efficiency as well, making it a natural choice for drivers who want a low cost of ownership.

Check out the video below for more details or visit Nissan of Clinton to see one for yourself.

REPORT: 2014 Versa Note Offers Class-Exclusive Technology and Class-Leading Fuel Economy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 21, 2013) – The all-new 2014 Versa Note is the fourth of five all-new vehicles Nissan launched in the last year and a half. The Versa family has been the top selling car in this segment for 38 of the last 42 months. Nissan executives say this new model is designed to keep it there.

2013 Nissan LEAF Better Than Ever

2013 Nissan LeafFor the 2013 model year, Nissan has worked to create an even better and more drivable EV. The 2013 Nissan LEAF features a new, base-level, S-trim, refined electronics, improved charging and battery life, and new technology. Offering better features than ever before, the 2013 LEAF would be a great option for drivers who want the satisfaction of never paying for gasoline again, but are concerned about EV range or comfort.

The new LEAF lineup for 2013 now consists of three, unique, trim levels. The LEAF SV and LEAF SL carry over from last year, with a few upgrades and improvements, and the new LEAF S provides buyers with a lower cost entry point into the world of gasoline-free driving.

Standard features, included even on the LEAF S, consist of 6-way manual adjustable driver’s and 4-way manual adjustable passenger’s seats; full, power windows with driver’s side “one-touch” automatic function; power locks with auto-lock function; a trip computer featuring driving time, range, outside temperature, instant energy consumption, and average energy consumption; center console with a storage bin; automatic climate control; a 3.6 kW charger; variable intermittent wipers; and 16-inch steel wheels with full wheel covers.

2013 Nissan LEAFThe SV trim level adds some great technology and convenience features. A 7-inch color LCD screen displays CARWINGS telematics and the Nissan Navigation system, Pandora for iPhone, and more. A quicker charging, 6.6kW charger is included and a more efficient, hybrid heating system helps reduce the draw on batteries. Aluminum-alloy rims, a 6-speaker audio system, partially recycled seating, cruise control, and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror make the ride a bit more stylish and enjoyable. B-Mode driving is also added; increasing the aggressiveness of regenerative braking for increased range.

2013 Nissan LeafFinally, the SL trim level tops off the lineup with some great luxury features and even more energy-saving technology. This trim level adds auto on/off LED headlights, which use about half of the energy compared to traditional Halogen lighting, and fog lights. HomeLink and leather seats increase comfort and convenience on the inside while 17-inch Aluminum-alloy wheels help with styling. A quick-charge port is available along with a spoiler mounted solar panel to help with charging.

Be sure to stop by Nissan of Clinton for more information about the latest EV from Nissan. One final feature of the 2013 LEAF is the option to add packages to any trim level for a personalized experience.

Nissan In Car Tech For The 370Z

2013 Nissan 370Z In Car TechThe Nissan 370Z is one of the few classic Japanese sports cars to have survived throughout the years without an extensive pause in production. The original Z car, the 240Z was produced and sold way back in 1969. From there, the Z name went through several iterations including the 280ZX, 300ZX, 350Z, and the current sports coupe. Over the years, the engine has grown, along with the size and weight of the car, but the DNA has remained very much the same. The Z represents a compact, rear-wheel drive, sports-coupe that is affordable and fun to drive.

Modern technology has graced the most recent generation with convenience, safety, and performance systems that make it the best version yet. Check out the Cnet Car Tech review below for a look at some of the features of this classic, modern sports car. If you are interested in this iconic Nissan, stop by the Nissan of Clinton dealership and check it out in person.