Nissan Versa Gen Y

Nissan Versa Gen Y
Nissan Versa Gen Y

Nissan is poised to release a Scion fighter all its own. The Versa is aimed squarely at young buyers and worth considering those looking for value and style in their unfamiliar car. Automakers are clamoring to build and market cars to the Generation Y crowd which, loosely defined, and encompasses new drivers and mostly everyone is under 30. Toyota threw the gauntlet down when they introduced a line of cars under the Scion brand. Nissan responding and the Versa and release is their answer. Will the Versa compete successfully or be lost in a sea of Gen Y vehicles soon to flood the market? All that is too early to determine, so let’s investigate the Versa and what the car offers to motorists. A visit to Nissan’s website reveals much about the Versa, unlike a specific Scion vehicle that takes its styling cues from a toaster, the Versa is aerodynamic and reminds me of the Toyota Matrix. As a four-door sedan or five-door hatchback, we expect the Versa to retail for around $12,000, the same price range as Scion vehicles. Like Scion, the Versa will be reasonably well equipped to give motorists a value-packed experience without including several thousand more to the base sticker price to achieve a satisfactory driving experience. Along with a 1.8L I4 engine, you can expect to be included with base models: AM, FM, CD audio system, air conditioning, power side mirrors, and automatic trunk release. 

Six-speed manual transmission, a four-speed automatic is optional. Split-folding 60/40 seat with the hatchback, not a bad standard equipment list for the price. For $2,000 more, SL versions will come with aluminum alloy wheels, cruise control, power windows, doors, locks, remote key, less entry, a souped-up sound system, and more. The car will have a 102-inch wheelbase is long for a vehicle of its type. The result is more interior room, with four adults having ample knee and legroom to weather lengthy trips. Pictures of the interior reveal a car that is well thought out and not cheap looking. I like the dashboard with its overlapping circular instrument panel and easy to reach audio and air conditioning controls. A generation ago, entry-level cars would have looked and felt cheap. Today’s drivers expect more, and the Versa delivers in the form of a decent level of standard equipment and attention to style. The Versa replaces the Sentra as the entry-level Nissan. Nissan has restyled the Sentra and promoted it up a notch, much like Honda has done with the Civic and Toyota with the Corolla. Although more expensive than Chevy’s Aveo and Kia’s Rio, the car has more flair and style than either. Still, one has to wonder how the Versa will compete against Toyota’s soon to be released Yaris and the all-new Honda Fit. Throw in alternative models expected from Dodge and Ford and add Chinese cars to the mix, and the whole entry-level market becomes saturated. Ultimately, the Versa is a step in the right direction and an acceptable alternative to some of its boxy competitors. Gen Y drivers have another choice in the Versa, and an option to Scion, Toyota’s youth-oriented brand.

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Nissan Versa Gen Y
Nissan is poised to release a Scion fighter all its own. The Versa is aimed squarely at young buyers and worth considering those looking for value and style in their unfamiliar car. Automakers are clamoring to build and market cars to the Generation Y crowd which, loosely defined, and encompasses new drivers and mostly everyone is under 30. Toyota threw the gauntlet down when they introduced a line of cars under the Scion brand. Nissan responding and the Versa and release is their answer. Will the Versa compete successfully or be lost in a sea of Gen Y vehicles soon to flood the market? All that is too early to determine, so let’s investigate the Versa and what the car offers to motorists. A visit to Nissan’s website reveals much about the Versa, unlike a specific Scion vehicle that takes its styling cues from a toaster, the Versa is aerodynamic and reminds me of the Toyota Matrix. As a four-door sedan or five-door hatchback, we expect the Versa to retail for around $12,000, the same price range as Scion vehicles. Like Scion, the Versa will be reasonably well equipped to give motorists a value-packed experience without including several thousand more to the base sticker price to achieve a satisfactory driving experience. Along with a 1.8L I4 engine, you can expect to be included with base models: AM, FM, CD audio system, air conditioning, power side mirrors, and automatic trunk release.
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