Where to begin with the Versa. For $10,990 it's one of the best values I've ever seen. The interior is exceptionally roomy for a small car. Honestly it has as much room as a full size car. The trunk is huge! It has decent power for climbing and accelerating but gets well over 50mpg on the highway. Good quality all around. Awesome car. Buying one was the best decision I've made in a while.
-Lots of room
-Fits 5 6-foot adults comfortably
-Seats are actually comfortable
-Doors are long to get in and out easily
-Over 50mpg on the highway
-Corners like a sports car
-Pretty smooth ride
-Repairs appear to be easy to perform
-For two speakers not a bad sound system
-Styling doesn't look cheap at all
-A cheap set of floor mats would've been nice
-Doesn't come with a tach, no big deal though.
I have also enjoyed saving cash and driving a manual transmission.
I put an aftermarket tachometer in mine because it does not come with one and I wanted to optimize my rpm's/mpg's.
I have found that "50 will get ya 50" meaning that on flat roads, traveling 50 miles per hour, I can expect 50 miles per gallon.
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