No downshifting was required to easily keep pace with interstate-highway traffic. Given its less sporty nature, the Versa also offers a more comfortable ride than the Fit. So, if you want to super-size your compact right away, then the sedan could well be for you. In this 2009 tiida could brag good technical specs. There are also seatbelt pretensioners and dual front airbags, should the worst actually happen. Those bargain-priced models—the 2009 Nissan Versa and Versa Base—include a 1. Both are powered by a 1.
The Sedans with Sport packages get a new chin spoiler, while Hatchbacks get new front and rear-end treatments. Customer service could use some work. . We did, however, note that the Nissan is a great overall value because what it lacks in sportiness it makes up for in stuff-carrying ability. Both cars share a chunky, solidly reassuring look that confirms to the viewer that certain level of Japanese quality, with the panels and exterior components such as the headlights and door handles all showing a solid and reliable look and feel. A sport mode on the Xtronic allows it to hold higher revs an unappealing drone, admittedly for improved performance.
No reference book is needed to understand the purpose of every feature on the vehicle. A Nonoptional Option We highly recommend that anyone purchasing the Versa 1. For me, the hatchback is a little prettier than the sedan, although the sedan does exude a feeling of more interior space, when regarded from the outside, with the length of the additional trunk giving the car a bigger outline. ConsumerGuide reports that the available Power Package on the Nissan Versa 1. The 2009 Nissan Versa is designed to maximize the space afforded by its small dimensions, and the Nissan designers have done an incredible job in that regard. But the sales associate helped us out a lot with financing and walking us through the process of buying the car and was very friendly.
The 2009 Nissan Versa has adequate power, but the sporty reflexes of other Nissans are absent. There is also an auxiliary input socket for all you iPod fans out there. Lot's of left out details. Although bland both inside and out, the 2009 Nissan Versa is designed to offer maximum space and practicality, and it delivers. Having thoroughly driven both the hatchback and sedan I can conclude that the hatchback looked and felt a little more dynamic for me, but other than that the cars were, of course, identical; the exact body shape being a choice based on personal tastes and everyday needs.
Fascinated with the Function keys on a keyboard, the Chinese automotive brand follows a naming regiment that sees models receiving names based on numbers, followed by the letter F. The manual gearbox in the Versa is light and precise, making the little Base sedan feel surprisingly perky. Then they wanted to change the pricing. And it comes with a factory warranty. The economy is tanking, your car is following suit, and taking the risk on a used car is a little too unsettling. Standard features include a rear-window defroster, a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, intermittent windshield wipers, and full-length side-curtain airbags.
Nissan has a solution: the Versa 1. The is no Volkswagen Beetle, lacking the charisma of the German classic; however, it does deliver with reasonable efficiency many of the real-world requirements of the budget motorist and as such is well worth a test drive of your own. So, to get the most out of these power-plants you need to work them very near to the readline, and that can be a bit of a thrashy affair. The ratings from these agencies apply to both the sedan and hatchback versions of Nissan's 2009 Versa. Three days later they called and texted about how could they win my business. Despite having more power on tap, fuel economy for the 1. That car beats the Nissan in the fun-to-drive department.
This de-contented trim level comes without a radio and offers air conditioning only as an option. Still, I was quite excited about the prospect of driving such a compact car with a relatively big engine. It combines a fuel-efficient and powerful engine with smart packaging. The exterior of the Nissan Versa certainly isn't exciting, but it is practical and a bit of an optical illusion. Fuel economy ratings with the 1.
We found it not unpleasant, in fact it sounds kind of fun. Nissan has put together a nice little package with the Versa 1. The shifter is well positioned but does have the typical Nissan clunkiness, and the clutch takeup is still a bit numb. The 2009 Nissan Versa sports very impressive interior space, but engine noise and some unimpressive trim pieces detract. In the back, rear-seat legroom is vast for full-size adults, and there's also a good 13. The hatchback car has a bit more of a cheeky, heart-warming style to it, but neither car made me smile the moment I saw it.