Even though we were not very much satisfied with the Nissan Versa’s previous model, the new 2015 version is inevitably representing much enhancement. At the first point, you will notice the Sentra-fication of its styling which brings forth the new huge headlamps.
They are said to be as large as the side windows of the model. Along with it, of first notice is the new chrome-outlined grille.
The Versa SL models also come up with blacked-out type of B-pillars, door handle in chrome finish, and wider 16-inch wheels featuring 195/55-series tires. There are durable looking interior fabrics sporting fairly contrast stitching all over. Other refinements inside the cabin include special LED instrument lighting, Bluetooth connectivity, new style steering wheel with integrated audio controls, and chrome bits sprinkling.
There is a 109-hp four-cylinder mighty engine, which can keep the car smoothly moving in traffic. There is a suspension revision in the new model, which seems to have enhanced the handling a little bit and also the ride quality is improved with it. The steering is felt to be a bit numb and overboosted. Breaking on your feet may felt to be as leisurely as that of acceleration. Fuel economy is surely respectable with an estimated EPA of 31 mpg city and about 40 mpg on highways for S Plus, SL, and SV models which are equipped with CVT.