The Nissan Versa offers great fuel economy and upmarket features while remaining very affordable. The 2015 Versa has two available body styles — the sedan and the hatchback. The Versa is a great choice as an entry-level vehicle.
2015 Nissan Versa
The Nissan Versa sedan is offered in S, S Plus, SV and SL trim levels. Power comes from a 1.6-liter 4 cyl engine that produces 109 horsepower. A five-speed manual transmission is standard while a four-speed automatic transmission is optional. The other trims come standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), which greatly improves the car’s fuel economy. The Nissan Versa’s is a sensible sort of car, with an uncommonly cushy ride for a subcompact.
Used Nissan Versa Models
The current, second-generation Nissan Versa sedan debuted for the 2012 model year. The current Versa’s dimensions are similar to those of its predecessor, but the car is more fuel-efficient. If you’re looking for a used current-generation Versa sedan, remember that the 2013 model received just a handful of additional standard and optional features.
The first-generation Nissan Versa sedan was produced from 2007-’11. Originally, every Versa sedan and hatchback came standard with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder that produced 122 hp. A six-speed manual transmission was standard. A four-speed automatic transmission was optional on the base Versa S trim, while a CVT was optional on the more upscale SL. For 2009, the SL sedan came standard with the four-speed automatic, while the SL hatchback got the CVT standard.
Bootom line is that you can’t go wrong with a Nissan Versa new or used. These are thrifty vehicles that are affordable and reliable.