Pros No major repairs. Easy to add on an aftermarket cruise control.
1. Fuel Sensor ($50 deductible)
2. Rusted out Exhaust ($60 weld repair at a local muffler shop)
Summary I own a 2007 Versa S Sedan CVT, and so far I've put on 18K miles. I'm able to match highway speeds on the on ramps, something that other drivers don't even bother with despite their sports cars.
Paid roughly 13K new.
Pros Price. MPG. Style. Comfort. Smooth ride. Very roomy. Available aftermarket Nissan performance parts.
Cons Not many options from dealer for base model. Cannot get standard on anything but base.
Summary Overall excellent car. I have the 2012 1.6 S. It's all base model stuff, but that's all I need. No power anything. Great 5 speed shift feel. Decent power to weight ratio. I'm already a part of the Nissan Versa forums, and I can tell you this car is a very popular vehicle to mod, and customize. Plenty of aftermarket parts to make it stand out of the pack. I've had it for about three weeks now, and I cannot say enough of how they improved it over last years model. With it's base price of 11,700 delivered (that's what I paid) you cannot find a better deal. Even if you just want a daily commuter car without adding aftermarket parts it's still a great choice. I love it.
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