2018 Nissan Versa Model Review

What's New for the 2018 Nissan Versa?

This year, the Versa is narrowing down its offerings, delivering three trim models instead of four. The upscale Versa SL has been discontinued, so shoppers can focus on the thrifty, modern S, S Plus, and SV trims. The four-speed automatic transmission, formerly available for the base S trim, is no longer an option.

2018 Nissan Versa

The Nissan Versa Has Great Trims to Choose From!

There are three Versa trims, the base S, mid-level S Plus, and top-trim SV. All provide the Versa's trademark cabin space and smooth ride. In fact, you might be surprised at just how roomy this subcompact is, with two rows of adult-friendly passenger space.

The S kicks off the lineup, attracting customers with an MSRP of only $12,110. It also comes with a five-speed manual transmission, giving you complete control over performance. The power mirrors are easily adjusted, so you can keep an eye on what's behind you. Inside, you'll find a four-speaker sound system and Bluetooth phone connectivity. You can use the auxiliary audio jack to connect devices to the central sound system.

The S Plus enhances your commute by adding the continuously variable transmission. You don't have to shift your own gears with this powertrain, which makes for an increasingly carefree ride to work. This transmission is also the thriftier of your two options, earning 31 city/39 highway mpg. And, thanks to the S Plus's cruise control feature, you can set one speed and enjoy a peaceful ride across the state. The S Plus also includes a rear spoiler, adding to the Versa's sporty style.

Finally, there's the SV. It delivers modern features, like power windows and door locks, to save you time on the go. The SV also includes keyless entry, so you can get into your Versa without any hassle. Thanks to the 60/40-split folding rear seat, it's easy to haul large or long cargo items. Inside, you'll find an upgraded media player interface and a USB port to charge your smartphone on the go. With the SV, you can add the Special Edition package. It makes the SV even more modern, thanks to its 5-inch touchscreen interface and Bluetooth audio streaming technology. This package also delivers a leather-wrapped steering wheel, adding a bit of a luxury vibe.

Do You Need Productive Performance?

The 2018 Nissan Versa Note is engineered to take you farther. The Versa Note allows you to travel longer with fewer pits stops. The aerodynamic efficient shape and friction-reducing engine components help achieve maximum distance.

Do You Know The Nissan Versa Powertrain Specs?

2018 Nissan Versa FrontUnder the hood, the Versa sports a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. It generates 109 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque, giving you the power you need to merge into fast-moving highway traffic. However, it balances its responsive power with impressive fuel economy. In the base S model, the five-speed transmission helps the Versa earn 27 city/36 highway mpg. The S Plus and SV models employ a continuously variable transmission that saves you even more money, earning 31/39 mpg. This transmission is also known for its smooth, refined ride, delivering you to work in stylish comfort.

The 2018 Nissan Versa Safety Features & Driver Aids!

2018 Nissan Versa RearThe Versa looks out for your wellbeing with a barrage of airbags - including roof-mounted side curtain and front side-impact airbags. You'll also be impressed with the Versa's braking performance. This subcompact is quick to respond to your input, bringing you to a quick stop when you spot unexpected danger. When you add the optional rearview camera, it'll help you avoid dustups with grocery carts or bicyclists and back out of a tight spot without a scratch. In government crash tests, the 2018 Nissan Versa earned four out of five stars for overall safety. Similarly, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave this sedan its top score of "Good" in several crash tests. These include side, moderate overlap front, and roof strength tests.

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