Nissan Versa Sedan 2012 – Love it or Hate it? (Photos!)
The 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan showcases their new 2nd generation design. The look is more sophisticated, more modern and aerodynamic while it has added some functional innovations like the vibration reducing roof panel that give you a more comfortable drive.
The car is CHEAP and I mean CHEAP. It has the lowest starting MSRP of any competitor while still maintaining all the features of a “REAL” car. You’re not getting a pile of metal and have to pay to add the steering wheel, you’re getting air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD/Aux system in the standard S MT for $10,990. Beyond that they have fairly inexpensive packages to add on that range from $350 to $700. To get all the features of the car including the alloy wheels, blue booth, navigation, cruise control, and accents you’re looking at $15,560 for the SL CVT model.
The car has two other great qualities that should be noted. It has greater efficiency and lower emissions than the older model and gets around 30MPG in City, 38 MPG highway, and 33 MPG combined. Sure its’ not as high as some of the other cars out there – but you have to think about it this way – how much are you paying for that extra couple of miles per gallon?
The last thing to note is the SPACE! Nissan brags about the car being more space per dollar in class with best in class rear legroom and trunk space but it’s honestly true. When you look at the car from the outside you assume it’s small on the inside, but they managed to shrink the front and use a lighter engine and transmission to increase space in the back seat and trunk – Makes for a very comfortable ride.
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So what do you think about the 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan – have you had a look at it? Would you buy? Let us know below if you love it or hate it!