2012 Nissan Versa

Nissan Versa Sedan has redesigned its 2012. While the car's styling is not particularly memorable, buyers will appreciate the spacious interior, low starting price and gas mileage mpg 30/37 city / highway estimated. The Versa is one of the most affordable cars U.S. competitors are the Hyundai Accent, Toyota Yaris and Ford Fiesta. Is expected to arrive in showrooms in the summer of 2011.

We have seen significant benefits to the design economy cars with the introduction of the Ford Fiesta and Hyundai Accent redesigned, but Nissan seems to have de-emphasized design with the new Versa sedan, which has a largely forgettable outside. The design, however, let Versa glide smoothly into the air when the sedan has a drag coefficient of 0.31.

The Versa is the standard steel wheels with covers 15-inch aluminum wheels and 15-inch are optional.

The quality of the Versa's cabin is a bit disappointing, because you have a setback from the interior of the Versa with its existing base materials and controls. However, the Versa is a car to optimize space and can comfortably accommodate adult passengers in the front and rear together.

The Versa hatchback is offered in three trim levels: base 1.6 S and 1.6 SV, and high-level 1.6 SL. Standard features include air conditioning and CD stereo system. Moving 1.6 SV adds cruise control, mirrors, power windows and seats, high quality fabric. If you select the 1.6 SL is also a variable-intermittent wipers, 60/40-split folding rear seat, Bluetooth connectivity and an updated control of the steering wheel with stereo sound and USB connection. The optional navigation includes a 5-inch touch screen.

Under the Hood
The Versa sedan is rated at 109, 1.6-liter four-cylinder. Buyers can choose between a five-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission.

Standard features include antilock brakes, side airbags for front seats, side curtain airbags and electronic stability.


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