Photo of the 2017 Versa Note courtesy of Nissan.

Photo of the 2017 Versa Note courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan's Versa Note subcompact hatchback will arrive with interior upgrades and updated styling for the 2017 model year, Nissan has announced.

Nissan will show the 2017 Versa Note at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Nov. 15. Nissan will also unveil its next-generation 2017 Rogue compact SUV.

Nissan will again offer the Versa Note in four trim grades, including the S Plus, SV, SR, and SL. The base S offered in 2016 has been discontinued. All models are powered by a 1.6L four-cylinder engine that's mated to Nissan's next-generation Xtronic continuously variable transmission (CVT).

The 2017 Versa Note is again expected to achieve 39 miles per gallon in highway driving.

For 2017, Nissan will several exterior styling updates and interior upgrades such as larger cupholders, a second 12-volt outlet for SV, SR and SL trims, as well as the relocation of the 12-volt outlet and USB auxiliary port to the front of the center console.

The Versa Note SL includes NissanConnect with navigation and mobile apps, a 5.8-inch color touch screen, voice recognition, SiriusXM traffic, the Around View Monitor, heated front seats, heated side-view mirrors, and 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet