Something new with 2012 Nissan Versa when compared to version 2011. What is it? The new 2012 Nissan Versa cars are completely redesigned and improved interiors more comfortable and economical fuel. But the Versa hatchback brings more than last year’s model, only small changes in standard equipment.
Nissan Versa 2012 is available in sedan and hatchback body, but everyone is different vehicle generations. The sedan is completely new for 2012, while the tail represents the previous generation, the first time in 2007. The 2012 Versa sedan has three trim levels: S, SV and SL. S is a pretty stripped-down, 15-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, driver seat height adjustment, trip computer and audio system with CD player, two speakers and an additional audio. When equipped with automatic transmission, S Package adds cruise control light Trunk, two rear speakers, and (apparently), cruise control.
In 2012, Nissan Versa sedan is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder that produces 109 hp and 107 lb-ft of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard on S, while a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is optional on S and standard on the SV and SL. The sedan has less power than his brother off, but its lighter weight should result in a similar acceleration. Fuel economy is much better, with an EPA-estimated 30 mpg and 33 mpg highway mpg city/38 combined with the CVT. Come standard five-speed manual falls from these estimates for 27/36/30.
Although the Nissan Versa sedan and hatchback are different in internal design, the basic virtues are similar. It is very spacious cabins, with a generous amount of legroom that allows 6-footers to sit. Front seats are quite comfortable padded Versa during the hour-long exchange, but fading support for the unit of length.