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.
Affordable commuter car
2015 Nissan VersaBenjamin L. - Snellville, GA12/21/2016
I was worried about the comfortability of a small car but am very happy with the leg room for the driver as well as the passenger. The CVT transmission may take some time to adjust to but with excellent gas mileage and a tank fill for about $20 makes the Versa SP model a great buy. It's not a sports car that you would pay more than 2X the price; however the rear spoiler and chrome look front end sure looks great as you zoom through city traffic.
The car is a very basic model, so it would not suit someone who is searching for all the electronic gadgets that others get in more expensive cars. The Nissan Versa runs great though and I have not had a problem with the breaks, engine, or transmission. It's also great on gas mileage and has good power. It gets me to and from work, and that is good enough for me.
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