I bought this car from a Chinese friend. I use it for going to school and shopping. It is a sedan car with 6w miles. I'm a girl and i'm not special with cars. I think this one is a good choice for female. It's easy to manipulate and comfortable. But there are some small issues occurred. The low temperature indicator light always light on for a few mins when you turn on the ignition in cold weather. I suggest you search on CarGurus to know more issues about cars. Some Q&A may help you find out more details about the car. Hope this will help you and have a excellent car! Merry Christmas!
by RENCONG WANG
2007 NISSAN VERSA
Bought this as a replacement for a total'ed 2009 model. Airbags saved my Mother's life. Has 100K on it and still runs and drives great. Reliable and economical.
by BIG AL OBERTON
Used Nissan Versa Information
The Nissan Versa is relatively new to the market, introduced in 2007 by Nissan to replace the Sentra, which grew in size from a compact to a midsize vehicle. The Versa is sold as a sedan, hatchback, and now as the slightly larger Versa Note. The Nissan Versa is currently the best-selling compact car in its class in the United States.
The name "Versa" is short for "versatile space" and is at the heart of the car's design. The first-generation of the car (2007-2012) entered the market as a four-door sedan and five-door hatchback. It became an almost immediate success in North America. Known for its low purchase price, high fuel economy, and good versatility, it gained a reputation for itself to entry-level American buyers. This generation was powered by a 1.6-liter or 1.8-liter gasoline engine (sedan and hatchback respectively). It is one of the largest "B-segment" subcompact cars on the market.
The second-generation of the Nissan Versa was introduced in 2011 as a 2012 model. Extremely high fuel economy and an improved continuously variable transmission (CVT) were the focus of the update. Body work changed as well, to bring up the style, and higher-spec trim options were added to upper level trims. The Versa became the cheapest new car in the United States for its class. The following year, the slightly upsized Versa Note was introduced as a larger hatchback alternative and has since grown to nearly half the Versa's total sales volume.
The Versa enjoys a good reputation and is a common car on the used vehicles market. A used Versa can be had for very low purchase cost relative to some other compacts.