Except for its somewhat unattractive front end styling, it disappears when you get yourself behind the driver's seat. Yup, it's no pocket rocket, but the CVT gets it up to speed sooner than you can tell "Bluetooth" which number you wish to dial. The ride is smooth with good road feedback. Quieter than other more expensive vehicles. I've had my share of Porsches, Corvettes, and everything in between. Nissan has put some serious thought into the making of this vehicle, and what it has to offer. The Versa proves that an inexpensive car doesn't have to be made cheaply. With ridiculous gas prices these days, I'd buy it again.
Comfortable interior. Bluetooth and cruise controls on steering wheel. Keyless ignition. Great dash. Nicely appointed interior. Quiet ride.
Front end styling. Better slalom suspension. A bit more power. (Isn't that always a given??).
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