2017 Nissan Versa Release Date, Review

Attaining the spot as one of the leases expensive cars in the U.S.A , the car fails to impress via its slow acceleration but comes gifted for freight. Even though it doesn’t enthrall its fans, the car remains boasts of a few worthy additions.  With a high noise level, the 2017 Nissan Versa boasts of a major change in appearance and the tech packages in the new SV edition.

2017 Nissan Versa front

2017 Nissan Versa – Engine Options

The base model ’S’. comes with a 109-horsepower, 1.6-liter, four cylinder engine with an excellent fuel economy – with initial tests spewing out a 40 mpg on highways when using its constantly variable transmission (CVT). The fuel economy stands at 36 mpg for the 5-speed manual, a 35 mpg for the 4-speed automatic variant.

2017 Nissan Versa side

2017 Nissan Versa – Immaculate Design

The car comes in two variants – the 5-door hatchback Note, and the Sedan, both of which adopt the same engine, but come with ample trunk space, which only affirms the companies new target audience.

With a 107 lb-ft of torque performance and a slow acceleration, the car still earns more on the fuel efficiency basis. The exterior comprises of 15” steel wheels, a chrome-accented grille, dual-powered outside mirrors, and a real spoiler with integrated LED brakes to add to the sporty look of the car.

The unique addition only remains the additional boot space, and the include the conventional components when it comes to the interiors and exteriors. The SV model no longer comes attached with the voice-activated navigation – SV tech package.

The interiors include cruise control, hands-free Bluetooth Phone System, while the VDC or Vehicle Dynamic Control along with TCS (Traction Control System) adds to the stability in the 2017 Nissan Versa.

With four trims in the offering, the basic model of the car doesn’t excite too much, but comes with the sound system, air-conditioning, power mirrors and more. The Chrome accent handles, rear spoiler, illuminated kick plates and deflectors give the car a sporty look, which is deemed fit for young households. It does offer value in its price tag but fails to incorporate most essentials like automatic windows and locks in its basic Versa S version.

The top range version of the car offers a button start, Nissan apps, voice recognition, a 5.8 inches touchscreen display to go with the apps, fog lights, mirror caps with turning signals, and 16-inch alloy wheels.

A sedan with limited choices, but is one of the roomiest vehicles and provides twice as much as freight volume. While no mind-boggling change has been incorporated in the car from the previous launch, the car still sees worthy improvements.

Overall, the car offers a satisfying experience, and is not made for the speed hungry drivers, but does offer a lot of value when it comes to budget and freight. The cons include the noise levels, but the cheap price-tag and the households as the target make sure that it can be tagged under one of the most demanding small sized cars.

2017 Nissan Versa interior

2017 Nissan Versa – Release Date and Price

Launched on sale on the 31st of August, 2016, the 2017 Nissan Versa remains the most cheaply priced sedan launched by the manufacturer. Nissan has relaunched this car with a few changes and didn’t disappoint the markets with its cheap price tags. With a price tag of $12,825.