Many auto critics, including those who work for Kelley Blue Book, are calling the 2014 Nissan Versa the most affordable new car. This isn't the first year this sedan has been lauded this way though. In fact, the Nissan Versa regularly makes any list of brand new cars with low sticker prices and has topped the Kelley Blue Book list for three in a row. Even with their prices unchanged, the entire Versa lineup receives better suspension and steering, plus low-rolling-resistance tires.
The 2014 Nissan Versa proves that economy class can still have a lot of class. The very stylish exterior has a subtle chrome accents along the grille and door handles. Its bold stance, sleek lines, and rear spoiler available for upper trims will have others on the road assuming Versa drivers paid much more than they did.
While the exterior is small and parking-savvy, the interior of the 2014 Nissan Versa is spacious enough for five passengers. The rear seat splits 60/40 to offer versatility between passengers and almost 15 feet of cargo room. A huge pass-through means tall and wide items like golf clubs or musical instruments can come along for the ride.
Besides being beautiful, the 2014 Nissan Versa was engineered to be efficient. It now wears the PUREDRIVE badge, meaning it meets or exceeds the Federal fuel economy standards that will implement in 2016. This year's Nissan Versa can go up to 400 miles between fill ups!
Nissan offers eight exterior paint options, so the 2014 Nissan Versa can be as unique as the driver inside. It can be understated in Magnetic Gray, bold in Metallic Blue, or suave in Super Black. The cloth interior can be Sandstone, Charcoal, or Upgraded Charcoal with contrast stitching.