2012 Nissan Versa Sedan 1.6 SV
Redesigned for 2012, the Nissan Versa sedan once again holds the dubious distinction of being the least expensive new car sold in the US. $10,990 plus a destination charge will get you a base model four-door sedan, the Versa S. Yeah, it's cheap and it has a new car warranty, but the option list has more omissions than a radio edit of a 2 Live Crew album, and the car feels just as dated.
We drove the slightly more upscale SV trim, and it was still obvious where Nissan cut costs.
|Manufacturer's Engine Description||HR16DE with Dual injector system, Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS) on intake and exhaust valves, Nissan Direct Ignition System, Platinum-tipped spark plugs, Electronic drive-by-wire throttle|
|EPA MPG Highway||38|
|EPA MPG City||30|