One of the least expensive new cars on the market today, the Nissan Versa tries to give buyers in the subcompact segment value for money with room and features. It's a space-efficient package that doesn't use much fuel, but still offers features -- like iPod integration, Bluetooth and keyless start -- that some more expensive rivals don't have.
The Versa doesn't have the power or style of its competitors, however, so it will appeal mainly to people who want inexpensive transportation from Point A to Point B.
All Versas have a 109-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. The base Versa S has a standard five-speed manual transmission and an optional four-speed automatic. Also included are 15-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, a two-speaker audio system with auxiliary input and a trip computer.
The S+ features a four-speaker audio system, cruise control and a continuously variable transmission. The SV adds power windows, mirrors and locks; keyless entry; and a tachometer. Top-of-the-line Versa SLs get keyless entry and push-button start, alloy wheels, a split-folding rear seat, Bluetooth, iPod controls, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and fog lights.
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