Nissan brings its B-car platform — the one that bore the Nissan Cube (similar to the Scion xB) in Japan — to the U.S. with the 2007 Versa. Available in sedan or hatchback form, the Versa is one of several subcompact cars introduced this year. It will go head to head with new offerings... Read Full Report
Nissan has a new name on the block: Versa. I'm always intrigued by the names manufacturers select for their vehicles: LeSabre, Corolla, Passat. What do they mean? I'm guessing "Versa" is meant to imply "versatile," but often my experience driving this little offering from Nissan more closely resembled "versus." Don't get me wrong; I didn't fight this car. In fact, it's ... Read full review for the 2007 Nissan Versa
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Pros: ; Intellikey!, handling; steering wheel controls for cruise, bluetooth and radio controls; full body side colors, flaired design for tail lights, easy parking, sunglass holder, sun-roof, extra v... Read Full Review
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