Nissan Versa Review for 2015 Model Year

How about a new car for a used-car price? 2015 Nissan Versa reviews agree the Versa is a bargain, offering a spacious interior, good ride quality and a price tag so low, you'll do a double-take. You can have your pick of the Versa Sedan or the versa Note hatchback. In fact, The Versa has been America's overall bestselling entry vehicle for five years running.

Test-drive a�2015 Nissan Versa in Phoenix.�Considering the Versa's low price tag, you'll find it offers an astonishingly complete feature set. We're not talking luxury car here, but you get a lot for the money. For 2015, the Versa lineup gets Bluetooth connectivity and hands-free calling even in the base S trim, and the audio system has an auxiliary input. Standard safety tech includes roof-mounted side airbags for all outboard occupants, plus standard electronic stability control and front side-impact torso airbags.

Ride refinement and cabin quiet are exceptionally good for such an affordable vehicle. The Versa's suspension is soft and absorbent compared with many others in the class. Nissan went to great lengths to tweak the aerodynamics of the Versa Note, placing quite a bit of sound deadening placed around the vehicle to assure a quiet cabin.

The Versa is a small car on the outside, but quite roomy inside. Up front, the distance between the seat and the ceiling is 39.8 inches. That adds up to plenty of headroom and legroom. Your passengers won't get cramped in the backseat either, because there is serious headroom and legroom back there as well. Everyone gets a comfy ride.

Don't be surprised to see a lot of the 2015 Nissan Versa in Phoenix. The Versa is an ideal commuter. The 1.6 liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder is well suited to a miserly fuel budget and an innovative dual fuel-injector design gives it plenty of get up and go. Versa also wears the PUREDRIVE� badge, demonstrating Nissan's commitment to creating an eco-friendly lineup of lower-emission vehicles.

Who knew a small car could be packed with so many positives? Once you start tallying up all the attributes, it's easy to forget the 2015 Nissan Versa is not only the least-expensive vehicle in Nissan's fleet - it's the least-expensive new car, period. Not bad, Nissan. Learn more as our 2015 Nissan Versa review continues below.

Prominent Specs for the Nissan Versa

The 2015 Ford Fiesta, Chevy Sonic and the Hyundai Accent are no match for the 2015 Versa! Just compare Nissan's most current model against them and you'll see that it wins over the competition easily. The Versa's exquisite styling, handy cabin amenities and cut-rate cost are sure to win over AZ shoppers. Compare its price to the aforestated list of vehicles and you'll see that it's a phenomenal value, which is one of the main reasons why so many Phoenix drivers select it. Find even more info about its specs; see our quick-facts list for the Versa - bullets below this paragraph.

  • 2015 Nissan Versa Doors: 4-door
  • 2015 Nissan Versa 0-60 MPH in 11.5 seconds
  • 2015 Nissan Versa Body Style(s): Compact Sedan
  • 2015 Nissan Versa MPG: 31 city / 40 highway
  • 2015 Nissan Versa Cargo Space: 14.9 cubic feet
  • 2015 Nissan Versa Colors: Fresh Powder, Graphite Blue, Red Brick, Super Black, etc...
  • 2015 Nissan Versa MSRP: $11,990
  • 2015 Nissan Versa Seats: 5 passengers

Find out more about the 2015 Nissan Versa at ABC Nissan

Buying a car takes persistance, research and a little help along the way! That's why ABC Nissan has provided the Versa review above and reviews of other 2015 Nissan models. Because it's a hassle to get reviews with up-to-date? specs on dealer sites, we've made it our responsibility to provide reviews from experienced writers. Information you can count on to make wise decisions is right here - each passage is brimming with usable data and specs. After reading through our review of the Versa, find out about great short-term lease offers that'll help you save significantly on your purchase at our Nissan dealership in Phoenix.

2015 Versa Video

Have Any Questions?