Sedans are sold in four grades while hatchbacks are available in five trims. The technology is much-needed; I love having Bluetooth capability. No down or up shifting. Aside from interior volume, the Versa doesn't offer many features that help it stand out. Ride comfort is definitely a step ahead of the budget-strapped small-car norm, and while Nissan's claims that the Versa Sedan offers mid-size space might be true in numbers only, this is one of the few of the very affordable small cars to easily, comfortably fit four average-sized adults.
Our favorite design element is the character line on the sides, which Nissan calls the 'squash' line. I looked at a lot of cars but finally narrowed the field to smart choices. It cost more but I love the features. For 2015, the Versa lineup gets Bluetooth connectivity and hands-free calling even in the base S trim, and the base audio system now has an auxiliary input. With the 5-speed manual, the Versa is rated at 27 miles per gallon in the city and 36 mpg on the highway.
Materials and trims are hard and hollow. One criticism—especially if you're cross-shopping mid-market models from even a few model years ago—is that the Versa's cabin appointments feel decidedly economy class, and never anything above that. Nissan added a lumbar support bad and, for men, there is what seems to be a support for the groin area that takes away the discomfort one experiences, for lack of a better analogy, from a typical bicycle seat. The Versa Note's short front and rear overhangs, aero-smoothed shape, and general proportions settle better than those of the Sedan from many paces back, as well. The interior is perfect for tall people. Vehicle Overview Nissan has updated its Versa subcompact sedan, addressing some of the issues that the press and public have had with the roomy entry-level car while holding the line on its low price.
That would be expensive to fix when it fails. Exterior This is just a mild refresh of the Versa, with changes fairly limited. The trunk is huge, though. Fuel economy is also unchanged for the Versa. All you need Aside from it being affordable, it's perfect for city living. And when more space is needed for carrying taller or bulkier items, lowering the floor board creates a deeper cargo well. Anti-lock front disc and rear drum brakes do the job just fine.
Mine is very basic and nothing about standard, but I still couldn't be happier. Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: 4 reviews I owned a 2012 Versa Hatchback and traded in for a newer Versa Sedan. The radio sounds great compared to most compact cars. The front seats in the Versa have an odd construction that contours around your back and holds you in place; yet the bottom cushions are super-flat and short, letting you slide around. You really don't need much more than this car. Nissan also includes vehicle dynamic control and traction control on all Versa models. Whether looking at the Nissan Versa Sedan or the Versa Note hatchback, you'll find that these models' safety ratings are a bit checkered.
Refinement and cabin quiet are exceptionally good for such an affordable vehicle. I didn't need a V-8 or six. Bluetooth is made standard on all trims, as is a new center-stack design lifted from the Versa Note. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives the Nissan Versa an overall good score, with three out of five stars in the front crash test and four stars in the side-impact and roof-strength tests. I love this car and highly recommend it for those who want new at a low cost. Recall Date 2015-08-12 Description Nissan North America, Inc.
It gets me to and from work, and that is good enough for me. The seats are even comfy for a long ride and I fit it unlike the Honda Fit. Provided you understand that, the Versa delivers on its mission, of putting the priority on interior space and value -- and performing economically, yet adequately. Is a horrible ride other than in town. It's also great on gas mileage and has good power. I have a 2014 manuel shift.
New for 2016, Nissan has added standard body-colored power exterior mirrors, standard rear speakers on… After three years of commuting in L. Chrysler 200 - 101,134Squeezing… After one month on top, the Chevrolet Sonic 7335 units slipped behind the Nissan Versa 8776 units to second place, while the Ford Fiesta 5043 units remained on the podium in September. As with most new small cars today, you can option a 2015 Versa with all manner of electronic goodies, including a 5. The feature list on base Nissan Versa S models includes air conditioning, but otherwise it's strictly the basics, with manual wind-up windows and no power mirrors. Would never buy another one!!!!!!!!!!!! Top-of-the line gain push button start and a five-inch display with smartphone integration through NissanConnect infotainment system. The PureDrive transmission makes my commute to work a smooth and easy ride.
Its sole powertrain is a 1. The feature list on base Nissan Versa S models includes air conditioning, but otherwise it's strictly the basics, with manual wind-up windows and no power mirrors. Interior space is a 2015 Versa strong suit. The engine is short on horsepower but tries its best to keep the little vehicle gliding along at highway speeds. It's fun because it feels like the ride of higher end Nissan's at less than half the cost! Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-647-7261. Of course it's different than what you'll find in a mid-size sedan, but you get a lot for the money. It's decent sized inside, small outside and get great mpg's with an automatic transmission.
No more huge price tags, no more bad mileage, no more environmentally unfriendly. And it takes looking at each of the U. Additionally, real adults can easily fit into the back seat. I really could not ask for more in a car. The Nissan Versa runs great though and I have not had a problem with the breaks, engine, or transmission.