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What’s New in the 2020 Nissan Versa?
Lapping into its second generation, the Nissan Versa has wowed consumers with its ability to provide a safe, reliable and feature-packed option at a seriously low price. Still brandishing a starting price below $13,500, the 2020 model leads the pack for a new age of Versas with more features, a stylish new design and more power. Keep reading to learn more about what’s new for the 2020 Nissan Versa! (more…)
2020 Nissan Versa Overview
Attendees of the beach concert bash known as Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival got an unexpected surprise this year when Nissan, in partnership with Live Nation, unveiled the all-new 2020 Nissan Versa in the midst of a performance by country musician Kane Brown.
It’s safe to assume the sandy revelers were awestruck by the new dramatic design, both interior and exterior, and even more impressed by the hefty load of safety and technology features not typically found in the subcompact car segment. Though they could be forgiven for jumping to the conclusion that the price tag would be similarly boosted, the 2020 Nissan Versa will still be keeping their cost affordable just like Versa models of years past. (more…)
Have you heard? Just recently, Nissan unveiled its new 2020 Nissan Versa on the beaches of Fort Lauderdale, Florida during the Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival! The 2020 Nissan Versa looks to be the best edition of the popular subcompact yet, but when can drivers get their hands on one? (more…)
Ever since its creation years ago, the Versa has become one of Nissan’s most popular sedans and models in its entire lineup. The Nissan Versa, with its great efficiency, affordability and reliability has become a popular choice for drivers looking for something simple and cost-effective. But exactly how efficient is the 2019 Nissan Versa? (more…)
Have you heard? The Nissan Versa is back! That’s right, Nissan’s widely-popular subcompact car is back with the 2019 Nissan Versa and looks to be better than ever! But what’s different about the new Versa? What’s new? We’ve got the answer to that and more, right here! (more…)
2018 Nissan versa pricing, details
When working at an auto dealership, it is always an exciting time when new models come into stock. Right now, at jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, AL, we’re excited about the reception of the new 2018 Nissan Versa. Over the years, the Nissan versa has made a name for itself as an incredibly efficient, very reliable, and surprisingly spacious sedan perfect for individuals, couples, and small families. The 2018 Nissan Versa carries on this flag into the 2018 model year with a number of updates and upgrades throughout its cabin and engine. Jack Ingram Nissan is your local source for all-things Nissan, so we put together this post showcasing the 2018 Nissan Versa pricing and details. We hope you’re as excited about this model as we are. Keep reading to learn more! (more…)
Nissan Versa Note named best back to school cars 2016
Each year, trusted automotive resources like Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com put together a year’s worth of research to determine the best back-to-school vehicles for high school and college students. One vehicle that has returned yet again to the top 10 list is the Nissan Versa Note and is our motive for talking more about the Nissan best back to school cars 2016.
Because college kids and high school students are on a such a restricted budget, one of the major criteria the vehicle must meet is that it has to be priced below $20,000. The Nissan Versa Note has no difficulty remaining well below this marker, beginning with an MSRP of $14,230. (more…)
Is a Nissan Versa a good first car?
Certain car commercials have hooked you in, making it difficult to look away, and you’ve even been window shopping a few times, strolling through the lots after the dealership is closed to see which cars you could see yourself in or hope to someday afford.
When it comes down to actually picking out your first car, it’s going to take plenty of time, thought, and research, and at Jack Ingram Nissan, we would love to answer why the Nissan Versa is a good first car. (more…)
Browse the most affordable vehicles in the Nissan lineup, and both the Versa and Versa Note will likely grab your attention. The 2016 Versa starts at just $11,990 while the Versa Note starts at a still-budget-friendly $14,180. Other than the pricing, there are a few important differences between these two models.
The biggest difference between the Versa and Versa Note is their body style. The Versa is a sedan while the Versa Note is a hatchback. This difference in style means that the Versa Note is more spacious, offering a bit more headroom and cargo room. When you compare the specifications, you will notice that the Versa Note has more front headroom and more second-row legroom and headroom. It is also important to notice that because it is a sedan, the Versa only has 14.9 cubic feet for cargo, which is within its trunk. The hatchback design of the Versa Note gives you 18.8 cubic feet behind the rear seats. Folding them down increases this to 38.3 cubic feet.
If your goal is customizing your Nissan, then the Versa Note offers slightly more choices. The Versa Sedan is available as the S, S Plus, SV, or SL trim. The Versa Note, however, adds an SR trim between the SV and SL, giving you some sporty features.
There are also minor differences in the features found on the Versa and Versa Note. To compare the vehicles in detail, talk to the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.
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Even a highly fuel-efficient vehicle like the Nissan Versa can use some help from you to make the most of its great gas mileage. With a few simple steps and some that aren’t as easy, you can boost your savings by reducing the number of times you have to go to the gas station.
If you have a Nissan Versa, the good news is that you are already on your way to cutting gas spending. This model is highly efficient, so you will save hundreds to thousands of dollars a year on gas automatically.
Stay on Top of Your Versa Maintenance
Every once in a while, take the time to bring your Versa to your local Montgomery mechanic for a thorough checkup. While making repairs or adjustments will cost you money initially, it will prevent the need for major, more costly repairs. Best of all, fixing an issue like a broken oxygen sensor can boost your gas mileage by up to 40 percent. Just changing the air filter may improve it by 10 percent.
Change the Oil in Your Versa
Changing your oil doesn’t have to be a hassle. Think of it as a way to boost fuel economy. When you change the oil, use the one recommended by Nissan for your Versa. This will boost mileage by 1–2 percent. Using the wrong one, on the other hand, can reduce it by the same amount.
Inflate Your Versa Tires Properly
Take a look at your owner’s manual and make sure your Versa’s tires are inflated to the right amount. Every pound drop in pressure for all four tires can reduce your gas mileage by 0.4 percent, costing you money.
Drop Some Weight
If you have extra items in your Versa that you don’t need there, take them out. Just getting rid of 100 pounds in your car can lower your gas consumption by 2 percent, and because the Versa is small, you will notice more benefits with this model than a larger vehicle. Also, try not to carry stuff on the roof unless you have to since this increases drag and reduces efficiency by about 5 percent.
Don’t Idle Your Versa
Idling may make sense at time, but it wastes a lot of gas and you don’t move anywhere. Do whatever you can to avoid being stuck in rush-hour traffic in Montgomery, and try not to idle when waiting for a friend.
Follow the Speed Limit
Following the speed limit does more than just keep you safe. When you go over 60 mph, your gas mileage will quickly decrease. You usually will end up spending 20 cents more for each gallon for every 5 mph you go over 60.
Drive Your Versa Consistently
Speeding followed by braking can reduce your gas mileage by around 5 percent during city driving and a whopping 33 percent during highway driving. Avoid this unnecessary gas guzzling by driving more smoothly and using cruise control.
Look for Tax Credits
Although most tax credits are for diesel or hybrid models, it’s worth investigating. You may find one that applies to you and saves you money.
Don’t be afraid to compare gas prices around Montgomery to save some money at the pump. Just factor in the extra time spent driving to a cheaper gas station.
For more fuel saving tips or help with your Nissan Versa maintenance, head to Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.
*EPA estimated ratings. Actual mileage will vary.
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