31/39  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
9.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
14.9  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Nissan Versa?

The Nissan Versa has long been an economical option for a family vehicle or daily computer. The car has a high rating in the class of subcompact cars and sits at number 14 on sites such as U.S. News. It's the epitome of practicality, yet it still has an attractive face and a body that remains desirable. The following is some additional information about the model.

2018 Nissan Versa

New Features and Highlights

Consumers have many choices when it comes to the Versa model. Nissan offers a Sedan version and a hatchback version called the Note. Shoppers can choose the S, S Plus, SV or SV Special Edition sedan. The S version is interesting because it has a five-speed manual transmission. The SV has a Continuously Variable Transmission as well as an attractive spoiler. The SV has a USB connection port and a Remote Keyless Entry system. The SV Special Edition is loaded with features such as the 15-inch wheels, rear view monitoring, and Bluetooth streaming audio. Shoppers can take their pick of the features and the capabilities they would like to have in a vehicle. The Versa will be pleasing no matter what.

Engine and Performance

2018 Nissan Versa FrontThe car's performance is above average as far as practical vehicles go. The base model has a 1.6-Liter four-cylinder motor that puts out 108 horsepower. Fuel efficiency is excellent in that model. An owner could get up to 39 MPG on it. It's an excellent choice for a family vehicle. It's not a race car, but it's not extremely slow either. It has enough kick to satisfy a consumer of any age.

Advanced Safety Gear

2018 Nissan Versa RearNissan puts its safety at priority number one, so customers can always rest assured that any vehicle that they buy from this manufacturer will have the highest level of protection for them. Some of the features that are on this model are features such as the Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Advanced Air Bag System, Energy Absorbing Steering Column and Vehicle Dynamic Control with the Traction Control System. The VDC and TCS work together to ensure that the driver has every advantage on the road regarding stability. They keep the suspension stable, and that decreases the chances that the person will have an accident. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System is something that can prevent tire blowout and other incidents that happen too frequently on the roads today. That system lets the driver know if the pressure is low on the tires so that he can have them inflated immediately. The Versa has a full list of protected features, but an individual would have to visit the dealership to get the full scope of what the car has to offer.

It's time for an interested person to schedule a test-drive at Texas Nissan to see if the Versa is the right model to own. Interested person should give a call and let a specialist know that it's time to see what it has to offer.

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