An all-new sedan joined the 2012 Nissan Versa range this year, while the five-door hatchback remained unchanged from previous years' models.
Whichever body style you choose, the Versa has two major selling points. One is extraordinary value, as one of the cheapest cars on sale. The other is impressive interior space--usefully bigger than many of its subcompact rivals. The size and lack of expense is an appealing combination, so it's no surprise that the Versa is a consistent high-seller.
However, thanks to the new sedan and unchanged hatch, the Versa is now a different car depending on the body style you choose.
The sedan incorporates some styling touches from larger Nissan and Infiniti sedans. It's gained a few curves both inside and out, and incorporates a new grille design. The hatchback still manages to look contemporary though, and offers a dash of extra practicality.
Sedans get an all-new 1.6-liter, 109-horsepower engine, and hatchbacks continue with the old 122-horsepower,...
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