Sunday, January 15, 2012

The New Nissan Versa Ready With Affordable Price|Improved Fuel Efficiency

It's a safe bet that many people buy small cars are mainly related to two things: an affordable purchase price and fuel economy. Nail these two things, and your car is likely to attract much attention.
Enter the Nissan VersaThis compact sedan is completely new for 2012, and Nissan has addressed these two issues of paramount importance. In basic form, the Versa is the cheapest car in Canada, with a suggested price of $ 11 798.
In addition, a number of mechanical changes, including a new 1.6-liter engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with a 30 percent less internal friction, helping to reduce fuel consumption 6.7 L/100 km promised in town and a mile 5.2L / 100 on the road. It's a pretty serious fuel economy of notes next to the old Versa Sedan 7.8L and 5.9L/100 km in the same city and road tests.
Notes the new vehicle fuel are not the best in class, but what after that Nissan is to create a car with a compelling combination of features that will make the Versa a allaround attractive vehicle, rather than one that stands out in an area.
To this end, we have the added benefit of an interior that contrasts with the exterior of the car and have a small space that rivals much larger vehicles. The back seat, in particular, has legs that matches - or higher - many mid-size sedan and the trunk is very large for a car of this category and price range. In our case, are easily adapted to an exceptional amount of goods for a long weekend trip for two people.
But if the fuel economy area, legs and trunk were all that was needed to make a good car, the car industry would be much simpler. The interior of the Versa is far from perfect.Settlement is sparse, no matter where you sit, and adjust the driver's seat height has not gone low enough for my taste. The angle of the lower band bothers me too. To further complicate my comfort was the lack of a telescoping steering wheel, which meant I had to choose between being too close to the pedals or steering wheel too far.
The new engine gains its impressive dimensions of consumption with the help of a new design that Nissan says dualinjector promotes more complete combustion. He helped take my tester averaged km city and 5.5L/100 7.0L/100 km highway on a disk. These figures are much closer to the author asserts that most cars can boast.
The disadvantage is that the engine of 109 horsepower and 107 foot-notes book partners are as modest as they sound.
The Versa is very strong in the city, but deflates in highway driving, especially when facing the mountains. Fill the car with four adults, as we have done, and things get slow in a hurry.Automatic CVT My tester did their job, but lacked the refinement that I have noticed in other Nissan. The tester linear throttle response was nasty, too. There are other cars in this class of engines similarlysized, however, more powerful and the traditional use of six speeds that are more pleasing to a driver willing to mechanical polishing.
Ride comfort is high, with a soft suspension. Operation is boring, but it is a perfect complement to the Versa aims to be a family car in miniature.
For the sub-$ 12,000 MSRP, the Versa is pretty basic with the most impressive standard feature of being an on-board computer at this stage, the options are not even an option - not even the automatic transmission. Air conditioning and power windows / locks and mirrors, you have to move the $ 13,798 SV.
My tester was the top-trim-SL, which for $ 16 298, includes automatic transmission, cruise control, Bluetooth, alloy wheels, fog lights, intermittent wipers, steering wheel audio interface and iPod. (Many of these elements may be in the $ 400 Convenience Package available mid-level OAS). For my test car, Nissan says the technology package, which includes satellite navigation and radio, hitting the $ 17,098 price before shipping. This is a great value for a small car with big car content.
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