I think it looks fantastic. I like the faceted look at the edges of the trunk and hood. Anyway, form should follow function, and this car is very functional - it has more back seat leg room than many much larger and more expensive cars. It also has one of the largest trunks (sedan) in it's class. I think it's great fun to drive. If you want the best combination of low price, good gas mileage, large interior and trunk room, I think the Versa 1.6 wins hands down. Just put in a radio/CD and go, it already has 4 spkrs.
Leg room, trunk room, head room, gas mileage, low price, curtain air bags front and rear, front side air bags, looks, fun-to-drive, comfortable, tilt steering wheel, variable intermittent wipers, small windows in front of main front windows for better front side viewing, segmented glove compartment
Key hole on front passenger door, split fold-down rear seat, trunk light, remote trunk release, standard ABS, optional cruise control, optional 15" alloy wheels, different gear ratios and smaller engine for even better gas mileage, soft material for driver left arm rest, center console for right arm
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