Why Buy a Nissan Versa?
Finding one reason for why someone should buy a vehicle can be tough, because buyers are unique. But the Nissan Versa has one trick up its sleeve that makes it a clear winner: price.
The 2018 Nissan Versa is one of the most affordable new cars offered in the current market, creating a question about whether or not you should even consider a used car when you can get a brand new one for such an affordable price--with a full manufacturer warranty. The 2018 Nissan Versa starts from as little as $12,110 and the most expensive SR trim level only costs from $18,100.
Which Nissan Versa is Best?
Obviously, the Nissan Versa SR at the top of the range comes with more bells and whistles than any other model in the range, and it certainly won't break the bank to get into one. But if you are looking at a model as affordable as the Versa it's hard to look beyond the absolutely sensational value for money offered by the entry level S model. However, if you're not into the idea of a manual transmission, you'll probably want to pay that little bit more to go for a Versa S Plus with a few more features and a CVT transmission for not an awful lot more money than the base model.
Are Nissan Versas Good on Gas?
What's the Difference Between a Nissan Versa and a Nissan Versa Note?
It would be easy to say the Nissan Versa is a sedan and the Versa Note is a five-door hatchback version of the same car. But although the Versa Note shares underpinnings with the Versa sedan, its body is based on the European Nissan Note and does cost quite a bit more than the sedan. The Note has sportier and more contemporary styling, but its starting MSRP is around $3,000 more than the Versa.