This car begins to sway back and forth once you reach speeds of 55 mph or higher. The transmission pulls hard and takes a while to change gears. It gets an average of 30 mpg. This the very base model. There is no comfort as with any base model. Everything is manual and I do mean EVERYTHING. From locking each individual door to rolling down each window with the crank. I wish I had waited to find something else, but here we are. I will ride it out a couple years and trade for something more comfortable.
I absolutely love my Versa!
2014 Nissan VersaSara - Kansas City, MO02/23/2015
I love this car! The back seat is large enough to accommodate with moving larger items and the legs of larger passengers. The trunk is large and can easily hold multiple boxes and suitcases (I just recently moved with this car).
The gas mileage is great! The tank is small, so it's cheap every time I fill up. I have a job that involved mobility and I fill up once a week due to the impressive MPG.
Stylish and Sleek Yet Functional
2015 Nissan VersaLaura W - Asheville, NC07/19/2016
I owned a 2012 Versa Hatchback and traded in for a newer Versa Sedan. I love the look of the sedan and the color (navy) is gorgeous. The PureDrive transmission makes my commute to work a smooth and easy ride. The technology is much-needed; I love having Bluetooth capability. I really could not ask for more in a car. Well worth your money!
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