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The Nissan Versa has always been considered the economy subcompact sedan of the Nissan family. It has held the reputation as the cheapest compact car option across the board but that is about to change. While it is no longer the cheapest option on the market, the 2020 upgrade has increased its value per dollar spent. Even though the price has gone up slightly, the features that are now available and the sporty exterior make the difference.

2020 Nissan Versa: What’s Changed?

The most obvious difference in the new Nissan Versa is the exterior of the car. While the older models used to look like the cheapest compact car on the market, the exterior makeover has elevated the Versa. The exterior is beautiful, sleak, and sporty but that is just the beginning of the upgrades.

The interior now has a more up to date and luxurious feel with an economy price. With the new upgrades to the Versa, you won’t feel like you are driving a cheap compact car. Nissan is known to equip their vehicles with premium tech that doesn’t break the bank and the Versa is no different. With the technology to surpass all other compact cars in its class, the Versa is now moving to the top of the pack. It is true that it isn’t the cheapest compact car in the United States anymore, but we don’t see that as a bad thing.

There are three trim levels that are available offering a variety of features. If you want the best value, features, tech, and comfort for your money, you will want to get the top of the line trim level, which is the SR. It is the most expensive model of the Versa but it is still well within a tight budget.

The fuel economy is still stellar coming in at 32 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway. This is a go to sedan for a commuter. It isn’t the best passenger car for those that need more legroom than normal but the truck is large and can carry several carry-on sized suitcases.

The exceleraction is not the best but once it gets up to speed, it is rather zippy on the turns. This is a great subcompact car for the money and features. The new Versa has a smoother ride than the Versa of the past. Road noise is canceled out, mostly, as is the feel of the road. With the older models you could feel nearly every bump. That isn’t the case anymore.

The two higher trim models come with more technology and features than the base model. This includes an infotainment system, Airplay, Android compatibility, and the option to add a convenience package.

With the basic Nissan Versa starting at $15,755 and the SR trim level starting at $19,265, there is a wide availability for every budget level to drive in style.

If you want to see all of the upgrades on the new 2020 Nissan Versa for yourself, call Giles Nissan of Lafayette to schedule your test drive today. We have a variety of new Nissan sedans, such as the 2020 Nissan Altima, that outperform the competition in more ways than one.

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