2015 Nissan Versa S 1.6L 4 cylinder from North America
You get what you pay for, a decent car at a great price
Besides a mouse working it's way into the blower motor and causing damage, nothing else besides oil changes have been done.
It's a very cheap, basic car in the lower trim levels. Mine is a 4th car used for work as a salesman; I put 15k miles on it a year driving to my customers. If you want a brand new car at used car prices, this is for you. I average over 40 MPG with the 5 speed manual. The base model has a lot of road and engine noise, and everything about the car feels cheap, but for 12,000 brand new that's to be expected. It gets me from point A to B and that's all I ask of it.
Bluetooth is standard so that was a nice surprise. Do yourself a favor and spring for the next trim up with power locks etc; rolling your windows down in 2016 sucks.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th July, 2016
26th Feb 2017, 18:48
I had to do a few repairs on a Versa. I can tell you, Nissan puts cheap parts on this car. Rear door wouldn't unlock anymore, a door module had to be removed from a tiny space, a lot of work. Front bumper is kept in place with fragile plastic tabs, easy to break. And now the immobilizer steering lock is acting, a very common problem on all Nissan and Infiniti vehicles, and a $1000 part plus labor - check out YouTube. Yes, a $1000 electronic part in a $12000 car. Finally, another common issue with Nissan, the hydraulic lifters started knocking, the engine cover must be lifted (along with the whole intake), and the lifter must be removed and cleaned because it's not sold separately.