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2014 Nissan Versa Note vs 2013 Honda Fit

We have performed a 2014 Nissan Versa Note Review for you which compares to the 2013 Honda Fit. Despite having a lower Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), the Nissan boasts extras in the mechanical aspects, internals instrumentals and overall dimensions.

Interior Features

The 2014 Nissan Versa Note Review reveals that the interior instrumentation display is both analogue and digital in comparison to only analogue with the Honda Fit. Also missing from the Honda Fit but installed in the Nissan Versa Note is the trip computer which calculates and displays your current fuel consumption, average speed, distance traveled and how much time remains until your fuel runs out.

Mechanical Extras of the 2014 Nissan Versa Note Review

  • Torque influences the vehicle’s performance during accelerating, towing trailers or carrying extra loads, it is the twisting force generated by the engine and the Nissan delivers 107 @ 4,400RPM compared to the Honda Fits at 106 @ 4,800RPM
  • You receive speed sensitive steering with the Nissan Versa Note, but not with the Honda Fit.
  • Engine liters compare 1.6 with the Versa to 1.5 with the Fit
  • There are two camshafts, for intake and exhaust valves making the Nissan Versa Note more adaptable to multiple intake and exhaust valves which are not part of the Honda Fit.

Exterior Features

The dimensions revealed during the 2013 Nissan Versa Note Review show the Nissan is the all round winner, offering extra space in length, height, legroom, front headroom and rear shoulder room, combing to give an extra of extra space in the attractive and stylish Nissan Versa Note.

The Nissan Versa offers competitive 18.8 cubic feet space behind the backseat, also offering an optional Divine N Hide adjustable floor providing hidden storage when the seats are folded.

Fuel Economy

Despite the Nissan Versa being a bigger car, there is little difference between the EPA’s estimates of fuel Economy Combined Rating with the Versa at 31mpg and the Honda Fit at 30mpg