Wednesday, July 1, 2015


All new Nissan has upgrade its Versa subcompact sedan, tending to a portion of the issues that the press and open have had with the spacious section level car while holding the line on its low cost. At one time, compact vehicles were considered time out in dugout. Without a doubt, they could convey magnificent mileage, however they likewise had poor inside space, boisterous motors, and a stingy rundown of standard hardware. However, in light of expanding fuel costs, automakers have been venturing up their amusement in the subcompact class. With better insides, new motor engine innovations technologies, and a superior rundown of standard gear, this isn't your dad's old compact car.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The Versa borrows liberally from the compact Altima and Sentra , at least in terms of design. The overall shape is very round to provide both better aerodynamics and a more modern silhouette. Additional tweaks to the 2015 Versa sedan's exterior include larger headlights, more chrome accents, new wheels, and new rear end styling. The interior also sees some changes with a new steering wheel, revised center stack, and new LED display in the gauge cluster.

Despite its size, the Versa has one of the roomiest interiors in the subcompact class, with 90.2 cubic feet of interior volume. The back seat rivals many compacts and even some midsize sedans for the amount of head and legroom on offer. The trunk is also uncharacteristically large, with 14.9 cubic feet available for luggage, groceries, IKEA impulse purchaes.                                                                                                                                All Nissan's Versa's accompany the same motor engien's; a 1.6L four-barrel motor with 109 torque and 106 pound-feet of torque. Transmission alternatives shift as indicated by trim level. The base Versa S gets either a four-speed manual or five-speed, while Nissan's Xtronic CVT is standard on the S Plus, SV, models. 

Mileage for 2015 Nissan Versa is evaluated as takes after: 
1.6L with four-speed automatic 26 City/35 Highway/30 Combined
1.6L with five-speed manual: 27 City/36 Highway/30 Combined 
1.6L with CVT: 31 City/40 Highway/35 Combined.All Nissan Versas come with a full suite of airbags, including a side-impact curtain for the front and rear passengers; anti-lock brakes, traction control, and stability control. The Versa SL features Nissan's Easy-Fill Tire Alert, which honks the horn to communicate when the correct tire pressure has been reached. 

In National Highway Traffic Safety Administration  crash tests the Versa earned an overall rating of four stars, with three stars in the frontal crash, and four in the side and rollover tests. In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety  crash tests, the Versa earned the highest rating - Good - in the moderate overlap front, side impact, rear, and roof crush tests. However, the Versa earned a rating of "Poor" in the IIHS' new small overlap front crash test. The 2015 Nissan Versa kicks off at $11,990, making it the least expensive vehicle sold in the U.S. That price includes a five-speed manual as standard, if buyers want an automatic the sticker price creeps to $13,490. However, that upgrade also includes a set of 15-inch steel wheels with wheel covers, cloth seats, Bluetooth, two-speaker AM/FM/CD/Aux-in audio system, four-way adjustable seats for the driver and passenger, and a speed-sensitive volume control system.

Next up is the Versa S Plus which comes in at $13,985. Aside from the addition of Nissan's Xtronic CVT, the S Plus also gets a rear spoiler, four-speaker AM/FM/CD/Aux-in audio system, and cruise control.

Then there is the Versa SV which starts at $15,530 and comes with fog lights, body-colored power remote side view mirrors, upgraded seat fabric, six-way adjustable seat for the driver, armrest for the driver's seat, 60/40 split fold-down rear seat, power windows and locks; and a USB input. Options include the SV Appearance package, which adds 15-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, chrome accents, and variable intermittent wipers. Also available is the SV Tech package, which includes a 5.8-inch touchscreen with NissanConnect and Navigation, voice recognition, SiriusXM TravelLink, and traffic monitoring.

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