2021 Nissan Versa

#30
in Sedans
2021 MODEL
  1. Home
  2. nissan
  3. Versa

5.2

Overall Rating

INDIGO

FILTER BY YEAR

FILTER BY STYLE

2021 Nissan Versa Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: November 20, 2020

S. Kumar's image
S. Kumar

Editor


The Nissan Versa is not a new car in the market. Versa has been in North America since 2006 and currently is in its third generation. The car was redesigned just last year and hence the 2021 Versa is just a carryover of the 2020 Versa model with some minor tweaks on features. At a starting price of $14,930, and three trims on offer, the new Nissan Versa is truly one of the cheapest cars you can buy in the US. 

See detailed review »

Pros

Value for money due to long feature list

Spacious trunk

Good fuel economy

User-friendly technology

Cons

Not so fun to drive due to slow acceleration

Rivals offer better ride quality and comfort

What's New?

Minor changes in features among trim levels


2021 Nissan Versa Latest Update

2011 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

2011 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

Cheapest sub-compact sedan is ready to punch well above its weight. The Versa is as roomy on the inside as a much bigger premium sedan and offers a comfortable and mature ride quality. The engine and ..

By R. Mehra June 03, 2020

2012 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

2012 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

The Nissan Versa comes with a new duel-fuel injection engine technology. Therefore, the 2012 Nissan Versa sedans offer a better fuel economy along with a spacious and usable cabin. It’s cheap to own ..

By R. Mehra June 03, 2020

2013 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

2013 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

The Versa was redesigned just last year, so the design language remains the same. The SL Tech package now comes with a Rear View Monitor, the base S variant is now available with an automatic transmis ..

By R. Mehra June 03, 2020

2015 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

2015 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

The second-gen 2015 Versa receives refreshed design on the outside. The front and rear fascias have been completely refreshed while the interior gets some minor refinement. Bluetooth is now made stand ..

By R. Mehra May 29, 2020

2014 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

2014 Nissan Versa Review: Trims, Features, Price, Performance, MPG Figures and Rivals

In addition to an updated design and refreshed interiors, the 2014 Nissan Versa also sees a number of upgrades and addition of features such as cruise control and a premium infotainment system on the ..

By R. Mehra May 27, 2020

Pictures & Videos

exterior
interior
Videos
2021 Nissan Versa Review video

Styles

2021 Nissan Versa in Brilliant Silver Metallic color 2021 Nissan Versa in Aspen White Pearl color 2021 Nissan Versa in Super Black color
Brilliant Silver Metallic

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

4.0

Engine And Performance

4.7

Fuel Economy

6.0

Interior

7.3

Exterior

3.0

Safety

2.0

Competition

8.4

5.2

OVERALL RATING

Similar Cars

2021 Kia Rio
2021 Kia Rio

MSRP: $15,850 - $16,490

New 2021 Kia Rio For Sale
8.0/10
2021 RAM 2500 diesel Mega Cab
2021 RAM 2500 diesel Mega Cab

MSRP: $46,850 - $61,150

6.3/10

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Nissan Versa S

S

power
122 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
34 combined

$14,730 - $16,400


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
S 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 5M) Starting at $14,730 MSRP (31/34/39) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6 L, Inline 4, Regular unleaded
5-speed Manual front wheel drive 5
S 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $16,400 MSRP (31/34/39) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6 L, Inline 4, Regular unleaded
1-speed CVT front wheel drive 5

2021 Nissan Versa SV

SV

power
122 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
34 combined

$17,640


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SV 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $17,640 MSRP (31/34/39) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6 L, Inline 4, Regular unleaded
1-speed CVT front wheel drive 5

2021 Nissan Versa SR

SR

power
122 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
34 combined

$18,240


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SR 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $18,240 MSRP (31/34/39) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6L, Inline 4, Regular unleaded
1-speed CVT front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

5.2

Overall Rating


In a time when the world has gone gaga over SUVs and there are SUVs that come in all sizes and shapes, there still are a few automakers who believe that there still is a market for compact family sedans. While the popularity of SUVs has gone up tremendously over the past few years, the demand for sedans has dropped and so have their prices. The market for compact family sedans barely and it does only because of the likes of the Nissan Versa and few others like it that cater to buyers who want a cheap yet practical and no-nonsense car just to travel from point A to point B.

The rivals of the all-new Nissan Versa include 2021 Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent, and Toyota Yaris. While the older generations of the Versa were pretty boring, the redesigned Versa now looks striking, gets some very interesting features and technology, and is not as frugal as one would expect a car from this segment to be. And that brings us to question whether the Nissan Versa is a good car to buy? 


4.0/10
Features

4.7/10
Engine and Performance

6.0/10
Fuel Economy

7.3/10
Interior

3.0/10
Exterior

2.0/10
Safety

8.4/10
Competition


2021 Nissan Versa Features

4.0/10

The 2021 Nissan Versa is one of the cheapest cars in the market. Starting at around $14830, the Versa is offered across three trim levels. The base-spec S trim comes with a manual box as a standard but you can always pay extra to avail of CVT automatic. The SV and the SR trim levels come with a CVT only and are priced at $17740 and $18340 respectively. All the trim levels come fitted with a 1.6 liter, 4 barrel engine and that’s the only engine that’s there on offer. 

Model

Versa S

Versa SV

Versa SR

MSRP(CVT)

$16,600

$17,740

$18,340

MSRP(Manual)

$14,930

NA

NA

Key Features

15” steel wheels with full wheel covers

Adds/upgrades to the previous trim:

Adds/upgrades to the previous trim:

 

Automatic on/off headlights

16” aluminum-alloy wheels

17” split 5-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels

 

Halogen projector headlights

Body-colored heated outside mirrors with LED turn signal indicator

LED headlights with LED signature

 

Dual power outside mirrors

Rear door alert

Fog lights

 

Black outside mirrors

Driver’s seat mounted armrest

Black-painted outside mirrors

 

Carbon-fiber look rear diffuser

Premium cloth seat trim

Body-color rear spoiler

 

Power windows with driver’s one-touch auto up/down

Prima-Tex-appointed dash trim

Automatic temperature control

 

Speed-sensing auto power door locks

NissanConnect 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display

Follow me home headlights

 

Remote keyless with push-button ignition

Apple CarPlay

Nissan intelligent key with push-button ignition

 

6-way manual adjustable driver’s seat

Android Auto

Remote engine start system

 

4-way manually adjustable front passenger seat

SiriusXM radio with 3-month complimentary trial access

Sport cloth seat trim

 

Cloth seat trim

Blindspot warning

Optional heated front seats

 

60/40 split fold-down rear seatbacks

Rear cross-traffic alert

Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob

 

7-inch touchscreen infotainment display

Intelligent driver alertness

6-speaker audio system

 

Siri Eyes Free

 

Optional intelligent cruise control
 

Google Assistant voice recognition

   
 

4-speaker audio system

   
 

Steering wheel-mounted audio controls

   
 

Cruise control

   
 

Automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection

   
 

Rear automatic braking

   
 

Lane departure warning

   

All the trims of the Versa come well equipped with features. Even the base-spec S trim comes with features like a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment display, Google voice assistant, Siri Eyes Free, speed-sensing auto door locks, powered outside mirrors, and many others. Nissan has strived to make the car safer and has equipped it with some advanced driver assistance and safety features like automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear automatic braking, and lane departure warning as standard even on the base-spec S trim level.

Apart from all the features offered on the S trim level, the SV trim gets additional features like SiriusXM radio, NissanConnect 7-inch touchscreen display, Apple Carplay, Android Auto, and a premium cloth seat trim as well. On the safety front, the SV trim gets blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and intelligent driver alertness in addition to all the features offered on the S trim level.

The top-of-the-line SR trim is the most interesting trim level of all for the kind of features that it has onboard. The SR trim gets LED headlights with signature LED daytime lights, a trunk lip spoiler, a 6-speaker audio system, Nissan intelligent key with push-button start/stop amongst many other features.

2021 Nissan Versa Maintenance, Reliability and Warranty

The Nissan Versa has been well rated by J.D. Power. The Nissan ends up getting an overall rating of 81 on a scale of 100 which is excellent for a car like this. The Versa scores 82/100 for quality and reliability, 88/100 for the driving experience, 10/100 for resale, and 82/100 for dealership experience. This clearly tells about the quality and reliability of the car.

Pricing for the 2021 Nissan Versa starts at about $14830. Pricing across leading states has been listed below:

Washington

$14830

Florida

$14950

California

$14830

New Jersey

$14820

Arizona

$14830

In terms of ownership costs, the Nissan Versa will cost you around $27750 for five years based on the estimate that the car will be driven for 15000 miles every year

Warranty

Nissan offers a pretty basic warranty package that covers only a few aspects of the car. The warranty package is explained below in detail:

Criteria

Period

Limited warranty

3 years / 36000 miles

Powertrain warranty

5 years / 60000 miles

24-hour roadside assistance

3 years / 36000 miles

Miles Per Dollar

On average, you’ll be driving for around 0.54 miles for every dollar that you shall be spending on this Dodge Challenger.

2021 Nissan Versa Buying Advice

We would recommend you to buy the top of the line SR trim of the Nissan Versa since it comes loaded with features. The SR trim also gets plush interiors and for a few extra dollars, you get much more than the base spec trim level.

Is buying a used car Nissan Versa a good idea?

The older Nissan Versas, i.e. the second generation Versas were pretty boring and dull and didn't have any features. Hence we would not recommend you to get the second-generation Versa. If you happen to find a used Nissan Versa on sale you may go for it although we would recommend you to buy a brand new model since this is not a very expensive car.

2021 Nissan Versa Engine and Performance

4.7/10

Under the hood of the 2021 Nissan Versa sits a 1.6 liter, naturally aspirated inline 4 pot unit. The motor is mated to a continuously variable transmission while you can have a manual box only with the base spec S trim level, and power is sent to the front wheels only. The engine churns out 122 horses and 114 lb-ft of torque. The Versa is quite good while driving on the city roads and the power numbers are just sufficient if you regularly have to wade through heavy traffic to reach your workplace. 

The engine is smooth at low speeds and performs best while you are driving at normal city speeds. Take the Versa on the highway, and it almost feels like it is falling short of breath. The engine isn’t very rev-happy, and you start hearing the engine clatter as you push the pedal further down. In-a-nutshell, the Versa engine works best in city conditions but isn’t all that great for highway cruising.

Models

2021 Nissan Versa

2021 Kia Rio

2021 Toyota Yaris

2021 Hyundai Accent

MSRP

$16,600

$16,450

$16,750

$16,395

Engine

1.6 liter, inline-4 cylinder

1 liter, turbocharged, inline-4 cylinder

1.5 liter, inline-4 cylinder

1.6 liter, inline-4 cylinder

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

CVT

CVT

6-speed automatic

CVT

Power 

122 hp @ 6000 rpm

120 hp @ 6300 rpm

106 hp @ 6000 rpm

120 hp @ 6300 rpm

Torque

114 hp @ 4400 rpm

147 hp @ 2500 rpm

103 hp @ 4000 rpm

113 hp @ 4500 rpm

The compact sedan segment is largely dominated by Asian automakers and the Nissan Versa’s arch-rivals are the Kia Rio, Toyota Yaris, and the Hyundai Accent. The Versa has the best power figures in the competition while it is the Kia Rio that boasts the highest torque numbers in the competition. Toyota is the most underpowered car in the lot and features the lowest power and torque figures.

2021 Nissan Versa Acceleration And Braking Performance

Now the Versa is not a sports sedan and acceleration numbers do not matter all that much. This is not a car that you would take on the race track but we still have the acceleration figures covered for you. The Nissan Versa crawls from rest to 60 mph in 9.7 seconds and covers the quarter-mile distance in about 17.4 seconds. 

The Versa maxes out at 115 mph and when the brakes are stomped at 60 mph, the car comes to a full-stop at a distance of 124 feet. These numbers aren’t the greatest and there are cars that are better than it but these figures don’t make much difference when you’re buying a car in this segment.

Models

2021 Nissan Versa

2021 Kia Rio

2021 Toyota Yaris

2021 Hyundai Accent

0-60 MPH 

9.7 secs

8.2 secs

9.6 secs

8.5 secs

Quarter Mile 

17.4 secs

16.5 secs

17.4 secs

16.7 secs

Top Speed 

115 mph

117 mph

115 mph

124 mph

60-0 MPH

124 ft.

110 ft.

115 ft.

130 ft.

The Kia Rio is the fastest car of the lot and does 0-60 mph in 8.2 seconds and hits the quarter-mile mark in 16.5 seconds. The Hyundai Accent follows Rio and the Accent is followed by Nissan. The Yaris ends up being the slowest of the lot, credited to the low power figures.

2021 Nissan Versa Fuel Economy

6.0/10

Most people who would be buying cars in this segment would want a fuel-efficient car. The Nissan Versa doesn’t disappoint in this area but it sure would have done much better. In the city, the Versa goes on for 27 miles on a gallon of fuel while on the highway it goes for about 35 miles. The EPA rated combined fuel economy for the Versa is 30 mpg which is pretty decent not quite the greatest.

Model

2021 Nissan Versa

2021 Kia Rio

2021 Toyota Yaris

2021 Hyundai Accent

MPG (City)

27

33

32

33

MPG (Highway)

35

41

40

41

MPG (Combined)

30

36

35

36

Fuel Capacity 

10.8

11.9

11.6

11.9

Range (City/Hwy/Combined) 

291/378/320

392/487/425

348/452/390

345/464/399

The Kia Rio and the Hyundai Accent both have the best fuel economy figures in the segment. The Kia and the Hyundai get a combined EPA rating of 36 mpg which is the best in the segment. Toyota on the other hand gets a combined EPA rating of 35 mpg. The Versa is way behind its competitors in terms of fuel economy numbers.

2021 Nissan Versa Interior

7.3/10

Jump on to the inside and you’re welcomed by a rather spacious cabin. The cabin feels pretty plush for the price and the segment and level of quality has gone up significantly compared to the previous generation of the Versa. Upfront, you have a nice three-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel that feels sporty to hold and comes wrapped in leather in the top-spec trim level. The dashboard design is neat and clean and it is not cluttered with buttons and knobs. In the center of the dash, sits the 7-inch infotainment screen and below the screen, you’ve your various different control knobs. The quality of materials and the fit and finish is pretty decent for a car in this segment and the overall ambiance of the cabin is simple and subtle. There’s nothing fancy about the interiors but the interiors don’t feel bland or overdone either- they just fit the character of the car fine.

The amount of space available on the inside of the Versa’s biggest plus. The cabin offers a good amount of head, shoulder, and legroom on both the rows of seats and even tall passengers can accommodate themselves comfortably on the inside. The seats too are pretty decent and offer good support. The driver’s seat is positioned properly and it helps you offer a good view of the street. Overall, Nissan has done a great job of crafting the interiors of the 2021 Versa and has left us nothing to complain about. For $17000, this is the best that you get.

Model

2021 Nissan Versa

2021 Kia Rio

2021 Toyota Yaris

2021 Hyundai Accent

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

39.5/53.1/44.5

38.9/54.1/42.1

38.2/53.2/41.9

38.9/54.2/42.1

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37.3/53.6/33.7

37.4/53.3/33.5

36.8/50/34.4

37.3/53.7/33.5

The Nissan Versa has the largest cabin space in the competition. The Kia and the Hyundai are the second-best in terms of cabin space while Toyota ends up being the car with the smallest passenger space on offer in the competition. 

How’s the 2021 Nissan Versa infotainment system?

The Versa has the NissanConnect infotainment system. The system comes with a 7-inch touchscreen display as a standard through which you can control all the functions of the system. The S and the SV trims get a 4-speaker audio system while the SR trim gets a 6 speaker sound system. Features like Android Auto and Apple Carplay are absent on the S trim but are available with the SV and SR trims. SiriusXM radio is exclusively available on the top-spec SR trim. The infotainment system that comes with the car is common across the segment and you get similar stuff in almost all cars in the segment.

2021 Nissan Versa Exterior

3.0/10

If you look at the older generations of the Versa, you’ll probably think of it as a bland and boring car (which they were). However, that’s not the case with the third generation of the Versa. The 2021 Nissan Versa looks striking and sleeker than before and it almost looks like it is a car from a segment above it. The car has got a smart looking face with that low slung grille accompanied by those sweptback trapezoidal headlights. Looking sideways, the car has a couple of gentle lines flowing across its body. 

At the rear, you have a sloping roofline which gives the car a very distinctive look. It might not be an eyeball-grabber but it indeed is one of the nicest and cool-looking cars your money can buy for less than $20000. The Versa is a pretty long car and spans about 177 inches. The large exterior dimensions of the car just help it in offering that extra bit of passenger space on the inside. The Versa is a very well laid out car and the way it is styled and designed is really impressive. If it comes cheap, it doesn’t necessarily have to be boring- that’s exactly what Nissan has showcased here with the 2021 Versa.

Model

2021 Nissan Versa

2021 Kia Rio

2021 Toyota Yaris

2021 Hyundai Accent

Curb Weight 

2559

2767

2432

2623

Length 

177

172.6

171.2

172.6

Width 

68.5

67.9

66.7

68.1

Height 

57.3

57.1

58.5

57.1

Ground Clearance 

6.8

5.5

5.5

5.6

Wheelbase 

103.1

101.6

101.2

101.6

The Nissan is the longest car of the lot and at 177 inches it is almost 5 inches longer than all its rivals. The Versa is also the widest and also the second tallest after Toyota. The Nissan also has the largest ground clearance in the competition and you can take it over bad roads without having to worry about scratching the floor.

2021 Nissan Versa Safety

2.0/10

Now the Versa is a cheap car but that doesn’t compromise your safety. Nissan hasn’t built a tin can so that they can sell it cheap. The Versa gets 5-stars in most of the tests conducted by the NHTSA which is enough to tell that it is indeed a safe car. Even the base spec trim of the Versa comes equipped with some advanced safety and driver assistance features which no other car in the competition offers. Some of the standout safety features offered with the 2021 Nissan Versa are listed below:

  • Automatic emergency braking with a pedestrian detection system
  • Lane departure warning
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Rear automatic braking
  • Intelligent driver alertness
  • Energy-absorbing steering column

2021 Nissan Versa Competition

8.4/10

Nissan Versa vs. Kia Rio

The Nissan and the Kia are priced almost similarly. On paper, the Nissan has more power figures but on the road, the Kia is faster than the Nissan. Also, the Kia offers better fuel economy numbers. On the flip side, the Nissan is larger than the Kia and offers more passenger space on the inside, and scores big in terms of practicality. Looks are a matter of taste but we think that the Nissan looks better than the Rio. 

The Nissan also comes with many safety features as standard across trims as standard which the Kia offers only as options. Summing things up, we think that even if Nissan is slower and consumes more fuel than the Kia, it offers more value. The Nissan Versa is more practical and safer than what the Kia Rio is and hence we would recommend you opt for the Nissan if you ever had to choose between the two.

Nissan Versa vs. Toyota Yaris

The Yaris is yet another Asian subcompact sedan that rivals the Nissan Versa. Both the cars are priced similarly but Nissan makes more power and is faster than Toyota. Toyota offers better fuel economy numbers but the Nissan scores over the Toyota in terms of practicality and standard safety features. Now, even if Toyota offers better fuel economy numbers, we would still recommend you buy the Nissan for the kind of safety features it has got on board. For us, Nissan is the winner of this competition.

Nissan Versa vs. Hyundai Accent

The Hyundai Accent and the Kia Rio are essentially the same cars under the skin and hence have the same specifications. The Hyundai is faster than the Nissan and also offers better fuel economy numbers. But we think all that is worth sacrificing for the kind of practicality and safety features that Nissan offers. Spending a few bucks more on fuel is always advisable than compromising safety and hence we would recommend you opt for the Nissan Versa over the Hyundai Accent.

2021 Nissan Versa Final Verdict

The Nissan Versa was never a popular or a sought after car. With the third generation of the Versa, however, Nissan has turned things around for itself. The Versa now looks stunning, it is bigger and spacious than any of its rivals and most importantly it is safer than any other car in the competition. The rivals of the Versa might boast about fuel economy and acceleration numbers but it is the safety and driver assistance features that the Versa gets impresses us the most and that’s the sole reason why the 2021 Nissan Versa stands among top-rated cars in its segment.

CLEAR ALL

POPULAR TAGS

new car
good number
throttle response
rear seat
tail light
safety feature
transmission
research
corolla
economy
experience
someone
credit
engine
everything
mileage
remain
atleast
weekend
commute

2021 Nissan Versa Overall Reviews


JC

Jack J. Cassano

2020 Nissan Versa

S 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 5M)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: October 7, 2020

Good driving experience in our Versa

Pros - Comfortable four seating passengers, sizable trunk, and excellent fuel economy.

Cons - Touchscreen lag& small size gas tank.

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

As a woman, my new car gives me so much more than I would have asked for. The great mileage which is helpful for my daily commute, I usually have to spend $15 to fill up my tank on the weekend which easily covers more than 35 miles of my daily week days drive. The gas would atleast remain for more then two weeks on daily driving it.

6/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

KL

Keith V. Leeds

2020 Nissan Versa

SR 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl CVT)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: October 7, 2020

A good car

Pros - Easy to drive, safety features, high MPG.

Cons - Rear seat legroom is not good, use of the plastic

Overall Review

8 /10 Overall Rating

This is my daily driver and I love every minute in it! The ride is smooth, quiet, and comfortable! The throttle response is decent, not amazing, but I didn? want a fast car. I wanted a car which I can drive daily and Versa is exactly that.

9/10
Features
7/10
Interior
8/10
Design
8/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
8/10
Dealer Review

JH

Jaime I. Henderson

2020 Nissan Versa

S 4dr Sedan (1.6L 4cyl 5M)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Manual transmission of Versa

Pros - Manual transmission, good on gas, great features

Cons - Nothing

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

I've never been fond of automatic or CVT's. When it came to buy a new car since my old 2004 Corolla was dying of old age, the options were limited. Not many makes are providing manual transmission these days and I had some research to do. Thankfully I found my kind of sedan in the form of Nissan Versa. It drives great and the best, it has manual transmission.

9/10
Features
8/10
Interior
9/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
8/10
Dealer Review

Read all Reviews

Used Nissan Versa for Sale

Car Name Deals Starting Price Number of Listings
2020 Nissan Versa 9 Great Deals Out of 1042 $10,401 1042 Listings
2019 Nissan Versa 101 Great Deals Out of 825 $6,999 825 Listings
2018 Nissan Versa 101 Great Deals Out of 696 $5,995 696 Listings
2017 Nissan Versa 82 Great Deals Out of 388 $3,950 388 Listings
2016 Nissan Versa 83 Great Deals Out of 348 $2,800 348 Listings
2015 Nissan Versa 36 Great Deals Out of 203 $3,900 203 Listings

Top User Reviews

10

User Overall Rating

Good driving experience in our Versa

As a woman, my new car gives me so much more than I would have asked for. The great mileage which is helpful for my daily commute, I usually have to spend $15 to fill up my tank on the weekend which easily covers more than 35 miles of my daily week days drive. The gas would atleast remain for more then two weeks on daily driving it.

by Jack J. Cassano

8

User Overall Rating

A good car

This is my daily driver and I love every minute in it! The ride is smooth, quiet, and comfortable! The throttle response is decent, not amazing, but I didn? want a fast car. I wanted a car which I can drive daily and Versa is exactly that.

by Keith V. Leeds

9

User Overall Rating

Manual transmission of Versa

I've never been fond of automatic or CVT's. When it came to buy a new car since my old 2004 Corolla was dying of old age, the options were limited. Not many makes are providing manual transmission these days and I had some research to do. Thankfully I found my kind of sedan in the form of Nissan Versa. It drives great and the best, it has manual transmission.

by Jaime I. Henderson

5

User Overall Rating

Versa is very safe to drive

My new Nissan Versa has everything but feels a little underpowered for its weight. Handling response is very precise however throttle response is not. A turbocharged engine might have done what I expected it to do. Due to the lack of foresaid power, it ends up giving impressive figures for city & highway.

by Kenny P. Graves

5

User Overall Rating

Parking sensors replaced with automatic braking

I don't see any issues with this new car. Typical point A to point B car which returns with good numbers on gas and has a decent power under the hood as well. If you're someone who likes screeching tires, Versa might not be the sedan you're looking for then. On the other hand, if you want a car which doesn't take a toll on your credit report and ends up with good numbers in city as well, this is t...

by Wesley H. Hoffman

view more reviews

×
Refresh