Inspired by Color Studio, a trio of specially wrapped Versa Notes serve as canvases for Nissan's LAAS Street Art Battle, a live event pairing the creativity of three local street artists with the innovation of Nissan.
One year ago, Nissan used Los Angeles – arguably the hometown of the original custom car trend – to launch its unique factory-personalization program called the "Color Studio" on the popular Nissan JUKE sport cross. Next week, the company returns to the Los Angeles Auto Show to debut an expansion of the Nissan Color Studio to include the 2016 Versa Note.
Nissan is a brand on the move. And on a roll. The past two years have seen the back-to-back introductions of the segment-busting 2014 Rogue and 2015 Murano, which helped drive Nissan to record 2014 calendar year sales of 1,269,565 (+12.2%) in the United States.
The 2015 Nissan Versa Note has been named to Autotrader’s list of “10 Best Cars for Recent College Graduates.” The list of new and pre-owned vehicles selected by Autotrader editors was chosen not only for their affordability and fuel efficiency but also for “desirable technology features and stylistic appeal.”
Noting its exceptional fuel economy and affordable starting price, AAA (formerly the American Automobile Association) recently recognized the Nissan Versa Sedan as “Best Green Car Value” in its 2015 Green Car Guide.
For the second straight year, the Nissan Versa Note is one of Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com’s “10 Tech-Savviest Cars Under $20,000.” Awarded for its “excellent” Around View® Monitor and other tech options such as hands-free texting, Bluetooth and Pandora capability, the 2015 Versa Note finished sixth on the list.