2019 Nissan Versa
12,258 Miles | Miami, FL
$11,999
Est $173/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
42,424 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$9,999
Est $144/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
60,501 Miles | Margate, FL
$7,389
Est $107/mo

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2018 Nissan Versa
31,346 Miles | Miami, FL
$9,669
Est $139/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
33,537 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$8,998
Est $130/mo

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2016 Nissan Versa
63,520 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$6,998
Est $101/mo

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2018 Nissan Versa
9,713 Miles | Miami, FL
$9,798
Est $141/mo

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2018 Nissan Versa
26,692 Miles | Margate, FL
$9,999
Est $144/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
44,369 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$8,998
Est $130/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
33,452 Miles | Doral, FL
$9,998
Est $144/mo

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2015 Nissan Versa
41,846 Miles | Doral, FL
$8,498
Est $122/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
38,115 Miles | West Park, FL
$8,998
Est $130/mo

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2015 Nissan Versa
62,269 Miles | West Park, FL
$6,198
Est $89/mo

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2016 Nissan Versa
49,552 Miles | Doral, FL
$7,298
Est $105/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
26,366 Miles | Doral, FL
$9,498
Est $137/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
52,581 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$7,200
Est $104/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
42,068 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$8,790
Est $127/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
41,933 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$8,150
Est $117/mo

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2017 Nissan Versa
30,308 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$8,523
Est $123/mo

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2018 Nissan Versa
14,515 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$10,396
Est $150/mo

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Nissan Versa Buyer's Guide

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4.0
164 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.7
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.3
Reliability
4.2

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2014 Nissan Versa - Quality vehicle for basic needs

Sheila
Beebe, Arkansas
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
I enjoy the large feel for such a small car. My 2014 Nissan Versa feels as if I have a nice ride height. I do not feel as if I am scooting on the ground, and I have ample leg room. The leg room compares to the leg room normally found in a mid-size car. The 2014 Versa provides ample power and acceptable features for basic needs. The 2014 Versa is the right car for anyone who needs a dependable car for transportation.
Story
I made the mistake of not replacing my dog liner in the back seat after I washed the liner. I thought the blanket I had would help keep the seat clean, and it did. However, my dog got bored, and I heard a popping noise. I looked back at my dog just about the time he popped the safety button off the back seat, the one that shows how to strap in a child. Fortunately, I caught him as he popped on... (more)
Pros
The layout of the interior is a generous layout in terms of leg room for front seat and back seat and in terms of storage capacity for drinks and documents. The interior is solid, not flimsy. The exterior keeps its shine and feels solid. The back doors provide wide space for getting in and out of the vehicle. The wide space serves particularly well for transporting large dogs. The back seat is roomy and practical for accommodating dog covers and transporting big dogs that want to stretch out (long and wide) while riding. The hatchback stands out as a particularly nice feature because the e... (more)
Cons
The material used for the seats in my 2014 Versa provides enough reason for my not wanting another one of these cars. The material feels like (and responds like) double-knit material. The material is comfortable, sturdy, and quite easy to clean when soiled. However, the material attracts hair like a magnet attracts metal. Unfortunately, the hair fails to come off the seat as easily as metal comes off a magnet. In fact, a person may never get all the hair out of any one of the seats with such material coverings. I have found no method or gadget that will remove the hair without my spending ... (more)

2011 Nissan Versa - Perfect for solitary traveling

Laura
Spring Hill, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
This car has been great for driving long distances. I travel across several states by car a few times a year, and my belongings not only fit perfectly in the hatchback trunk space, but I have never experienced any engine problems or anything mechanically like that. I don't know much about cars, so to avoid these types of problems is the most important thing for me. The mileage is also very good for long road trips, even when gas prices rise I seem to be getting great mileage for the distances I travel. There is no rattling or creaking while driving, and the brakes are as strong as when I first drove it. Even if they have been replaced in the last year or so, I never felt in danger of failing breaks. The small size is perfect for someone who likes to travel light and slip through traffi... (more)
Story
I used to drive back and forth from Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, and this car made it so easy even in the heavy traffic of this area, and I was never afraid of it breaking down in the middle of a traffic jam.
Pros
The best things about this vehicle are the lightweight but super safe build, the mileage, the space in the rear of the car, the impeccable condition of the engine even after driving long distances, and the clean, slick shape.
Cons
The white color becomes dirty easily and is easy to scratch, the trunk isn't as big as others when I need to transport a lot of things, or my bike, for example, and there aren't very many features inside on the console.

2009 Nissan Versa - I love this car!

ACO
Big Beaver, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I have had many cars, SUV's, etc, and none have not lasted as long as my Nissan. The car is great on gas and I can easily fit in small parking spaces. I have had very little work done on it and it is still running perfectly. My problem is that it is not fast enough (4 cyl), and it is lighter than average cars which is not good for icy winter icy roads. I love my Nissan. I will keep my car until its demise and then I will be purchasing a new one right away!
Story
When I first bought this car, I was a film major at college and I had to haul lots of equipment, I was able to fit a 6 cameras with cases, lighting equipment and audio equipment and about a dozen sandbags. My crew was amazed when they started taking the equipment out at how much it held.
Pros
The Nissan Versa hatchback is a great little car for someone looking for great gas mileage. I have driven my car from Western, PA to Boston, MA on 1 ¼ tank of gas. My tank holds 10-11 gallons, and it is an 11 hour drive so I was amazed at how well it managed the gasoline. I have had no problems with my Nissan Versa and the engine runs great as long as you maintain it. It starts up right away, even in the cold weather and it does not take long to heat up. The suspension system is better than any of the other cars I have ever had. It has lasted through rough country roads, winter road... (more)
Cons
It is a small car and lighter than average, so during the winter you may have to put in extra weight in the back of your trunk for stability on icy roads. I did have a recall for a part on the car, and Nissan notified me right away. I have never had a problem with the car but I decided to make the appointment to fix it. They replaced the parts at no cost and it runs as beautifully as it did before. The downside to driving a car like this is that it is 4 cylinder and picks up speed slowly. Driving on surface streets will use up more gas versus driving on the highway. The rear of the car... (more)

Nissan Versa Generations

The Versa is Nissan's subcompact car, currently available as a sedan or a hatchback (which Nissan calls the Versa Note). It's Nissan's least-expensive vehicle on the market and it competes against models like the Toyota Yaris, the Chevy Sonic, Honda Fit, Ford Fiesta, Kia Rio and Hyundai Accent. The Versa is currently in its second generation.

2012 - 2019 (Second Generation)

The Nissan Versa sedan entered its second generation for the 2012 model year and was offered in three trim levels: the base S, the SV and the SL.

The S model is largely about affordability with the bare minimum of extras. It includes steel wheels, AC, an adjustable driver's seat, a two-speaker sound system and a manual transmission. Move up to the SV and additional equipment includes alloy wheels, folding rear seat and upgraded interior trim. The highest SL trim has larger alloy wheels, keyless start and entry, plus Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Fuel economy for the S model was 27 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. The S Plus and SV trims got 31 mpg in the city and 39 on the highway due to the CVT transmission.For 2013, Nissan added the S Plus trim, which sat one notch above the base S. This version added a CVT automatic gearbox, a rear spoiler, four-speaker sound system and cruise control.

The engine on this generation was a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder unit that made 109 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque. It was paired with a manual transmission as standard equipment on the base S model with an optional four-speed automatic possible. The higher trims offered a standard CVT transmission, which very much improved the gas mileage of the car.

The Versa's tall roofline made its interior space bigger than average for this segment. Legroom and headroom were also spacious enough to fit people over six feet tall. The cargo space is also better than average thanks to larger-than-average trunk space.

In 2013, Nissan introduced the Versa Note, the five-door hatchback version of the sedan. It's positioned slightly more upmarket than the bare-bones sedan. This model was launched with the same 109-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine as the sedan and CVT automatic gearbox. A slight refresh for the Versa models happened in the middle of 2018. It added a standard rearview camera, plus a seven-inch display for infotainment purposes.

The 2019 model year eliminated the SL trim, thus leaving it with the S, S Plus and SV. The S trim in this year only offered the manual transmission with no automatic option (drivers wanting an automatic would have to start with the S Plus trim to get it). There were no extra packages for the S trim either.

The S Plus offered an automatic CVT as standard equipment and similar additional equipment as previous years for this trim.

The SV remained mostly the same, though it included Android and iOS connectivity and a three-month satellite radio subscription.

2007 - 2011 (First Generation)

The first generation of Versa debuted for 2007 and during this generation, the hatchback version was offered along with the sedan. It wasn't until the next generation that the hatchback became separate as the Versa Note.

This generation of Versa sedan and hatchback came with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that put out 122 horsepower. A six-speed manual was the standard transmission and a four-speed automatic was optional for the base trim while the SL trim had an optional CVT available.

There were two trim levels available: the base S and the SL. The SL added goodies like AC, power windows/mirrors/door locks and anti-lock brakes, which were options on the S. It also offered options that weren't available on the S, including Bluetooth connectivity, a sunroof and a rear spoiler.

In 2009, the SL sedan came with a four-speed automatic as standard equipment and the SL hatchback came standard with the CVT. Nissan revised the model offerings by putting out two cheaper base models for the sedan called the 1.6 Base and the 1.6.

These models had a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that put out 107 horsepower. A five-speed manual transmission was standard and a four-speed automatic was optional. These models had even less features available than the previous base model. Air conditioning and even a radio were just options.

At the time, this base sedan was the cheapest new car on the market, selling for $9,990. Shortly after this, Hyundai's Accent would cut its price to win the least-expensive distinction. During this generation, even ABS was optional across all the trims until 2010 when it was added as standard equipment.

The 1.8-liter engine sedans in the S trim got 30 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway while the 1.6-liter, four-door sedan got 26 mpg in the city and 34 on the highway.

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