What's missing from the 2013 Nissan Versa sedan? Excitement. Sporty moves. A stylish, luxururiously-appointed cabin. Groundbreaking in-car technology. But worry not: The Versa makes up for its omissions in some other areas, and arguably the ones that matter more to buyers.
The 2013 Versa Sedan has improved this year, taking cues from Nissan's larger, less humble models like the Sentra and Altima. There's even a hint of European influence in its flowing sheetmetal and details. Inside, European influence is conspicuously absent: It's back to the grim side of small-car tradition, with an undeniably basic, almost chaotic look to the collection of cues and switchgear.
The redesign brought with it improved gas mileage across the Versa lineup. If you choose the continuously variable transmission (CVT), you'll get 35 mpg overall (31 mpg city, 40 mpg highway). Base Versa S models are offered with a regular four-speed automatic and a five-speed manual, neither of which is quite as efficient....
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