The subcompact Nissan Versa sedan has a twin hatchback available as well. Drivers who like the look, feel, and capability of the Nissan Versa but would prefer a hatchback are in luck and will want to consider the Nissan Versa Note.
Beneath the hood of the Nissan Versa is a trusty 1.6L 4-cylinder engine that is able to produce up to 109 horsepower and 107 lb-ft of torque. At the base level, it’s paired with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic while all other trims receive Nissan’s CVT.
A prime candidate for those who frequently commute and are looking for a comfortable vehicle with plenty of space for passengers and cargo; the Nissan Sentra is able to manage a fuel efficiency rating of 31 city/ 40 hwy mpg.
The 2016 Nissan Versa sedan has been recognized numerous years in a row as the lowest priced new car on the auto market.
If you’d prefer not to buy used but are on a tighter budget, the Versa certainly will be worth your consideration because it isn’t cheaply made nor is it stingy on the features that it offers.
As an economic favorite, the Nissan Versa always keeps its priorities in order, creating a wide and comfortable interior that protects those in front and back.
There are plenty of little storage spaces spread throughout the Nissan Versa, but what’s especially impressive is its trunk which is able to carve out nearly 15 cu-ft of cargo room. The rear seats also split and fold 60/40 if you’re looking for a little extra flexibility when it comes to stowing items.
For further information on what features come standard on each of the Nissan Versa trims or what packages are available, drivers are encouraged to get in touch with one of the sales professionals here at Jack Ingram Nissan. We would be more than happy to answer any questions and let you take the Versa out for a test drive!