Capital Region drivers know that a low price tag doesn’t always equal a better deal, and no one wants to get stuck with a car that lacks exciting standard features. A base price of $15,480 MSRP has made the 2016 Nissan Versa Note S Plus somewhat popular in the past year, but many drivers are starting to realize that the 2017 Honda Fit is a much more useful subcompact car! For a price of $15,990 MSRP (for LX 6MT models),* drivers will get access to many of today’s most desirable standard features.
The 2017 Fit Responds to Your Needs
No two people are exactly alike, but the Versa Note S Plus nonetheless restricts drivers’ ability to personalize their vehicle’s interior. In contrast to the Versa Note S, the 2017 Fit offers front adjustable seat height and a telescopic steering column as standard features, so you’ll always be comfortable behind the wheel. The Fit’s 60/40-split rear Magic Seat extends this flexibility to the second row of seating, and enables you to transport up to 52.7 cubic feet of cargo. The Versa Note, by comparison, offers drivers a maximum cargo volume of just 38.3 cubic feet.
Top technology features are almost completely absent from this model of the Nissan Versa! Both of these vehicles come equipped with front power outlets and steering wheel–mounted controls, but only the Fit comes standard with the following standard features:
- Keyless entry system
- Rearview camera
- Multi-function remote
- Vehicle theft deterrence
- Automatic, auto-off headlights
- Exterior temperature gauge
If you want to access any of these features in the Nissan Versa Note, then you’ll have to upgrade to a more expensive trim level!
Schedule a Test Drive Today!
Drivers can get more of the standard features they want by choosing the 2017 Honda Fit over the 2016 Nissan Versa Note S Plus, and we haven’t even started to talk about the Fit’s other advantages over this competitor! Contact a Capital Region Honda Dealers location to schedule a test drive today!
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $835.00 destination charge, and options. Dealers set own prices.