Peppy style and rich interior comfort help the 2017 Nissan Versa Note and Hyundai Accent stand apart from other subcompact hatchbacks. If you're trying to decide between the two, you probably have a lot of questions. Give our comparison guide a quick read to learn more about these two sporty hatchbacks.
2017 Nissan Versa Note vs Hyundai Accent
Interior Style and Comfort
If you have a long commute every day, you're going to want a ride with plush cushioning and plenty of lateral support - and that's the Versa Note. Up front, there's plenty of room for long-haul comfort. In this segment, the Versa Note also leads the way with backseat space, making it a great pick for road trips and nights on the town.
The Hyundai Accent leads the segment in terms of ride refinement. It glides down the street in smooth comfort, unlike a lot of other subcompact hatchbacks. However, while the Versa Note has solid space for up to five passengers, only four passengers fit comfortably in the Accent. Technically, it does offer accommodations for three rear-seat passengers, but it feels a little too cramped with more than two.
Learn More about the Nissan Versa Note
Both of these subcompact hatchbacks are great with fuel economy. But, overall, we favor the 2017 Nissan Versa Note, which offers major appeal with its roomy cabin and modern tech features. You'll feel right at home on the open road, thanks to this hatchback's cushy seating and cutting-edge smartphone integration options. It's also got high-tech safety offerings that you won't find on the Accent, including navigation and a 360-degree camera system. The Nissan Versa Note is the right choice here.