2018 Nissan Versa Note debuts at LA Auto Show 2016
Here are the first official visuals of the what will probably inspire the next Nissan Tiida. In other markets, the Tiida has a taller variant known as the Versa Note, and it just received a major overhaul.
As apparent from the pictures, there will be a complete overhaul to the exterior, including redesigned headlights and rear lamps, new wheel designs and new exterior colors like Monarch Orange and Deep Blue Pearl. The version of the Tiida will bear Nissan’s familiar V-motion grille and pulled-back headlights – an arrangement found on the recently revised siblings the Sentra, Altima, and Maxima models. The rear lighting will take a more vertical form as compared to the horizontal fixtures in the current outfit. The interior architecture will remain the same for the most part, albeit with a slightly more upmarket feel.
Powertrain choices are expected to be direct inheritance from the current model, and will in all probability include the naturally-aspirated 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, which at its peaks makes 114 hp and 154 Nm; and a 1.8-litre engine making 128 hp and 174 Nm of torque. In either case, power will be directed to the front wheels via a Xtronic CVT with a new D-Step Logic Control tuning for an augmented sense of acceleration.
Nissan showcased the Versa Note at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.
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