What We Liked Most in the 2021 Nissan Versa

Since the day the 2021 model year version of Nissan Versa got released, it came into the limelight because of its impressive collection of technology features. Most of these features work towards making the rides in the 2021 Nissan Versa safer.

Available both in the guises of sedans and hatchbacks, the 2021 Nissan Versa makes a fresh alternative to the compact utility vehicles that lack the beauty and style that the former model can boast so well about, proudly compared a sales staff of the Watsonville Nissan dealership.

Exterior Architecture and Cabin Layout

The 2021 Nissan Versa displays the refined taste of the automaker where the exterior design is sculpted no less beautifully than an architectural masterpiece. Parallel to its grandeur its interior cabin is laid out as well.

As the exterior of the Nissan Versa has received so many makeovers, the cabin too, no longer looks the same. It has stepped higher from its earlier stages with better quality materials that are used for both the soft and hard surfaces. Overall, the 2021 Nissan Versa stands erect with a futuristic demeanor that also provides ample scope for customization and modernity to stay ahead of others in its own segment of compact family cars.

Taking a look at the convenience features will show a driver’s-seat with mounted armrest, a gauge of instrument cluster that connects to the big sized digital screen. The cabin stays cozy in every climate through the automatic climate control, while the passive hands-free entry, remote start, and lot more awaits the buyer to tick on the list of optional features.

Under the Hood Configurations

The 2021 model year edition of Nissan Versa completes its circle of virtues with a mind-blowing performance. All the models by default can run on four-cylinder engine making 122-hp that are configured with the front wheels.

Coming to the transmission a five-speed manual transmission is found to be the standard one to mate the engine, which is used for the base models, while a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is allotted for the S trims and the higher ones like the SV and SR.

At our nearby Nissan dealership Watsonville we test drove a 2021 Nissan Versa model that would be etched in our memory, since it persuaded us to drive it home as well. Sitting behind the wheels of the 2021 Nissan Versa was really thrilling, especially when you find all the performance elements listen to your commands so obediently.

What came out to e even more impressive was its fuel economy rates that said we can cross 32 mpg straight in the city roads itself while the number crosses 40 mpg when driven on the highways. These were the figures when the 2021 Nissan Versa model is configured with the CVT. The figures come down to 27 mpg for the city and 35 mpg for the highway when the engine is paired with the manual stick shift, as estimated by the EPA.

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