2013 Nissan Versa consumer reviews

$11,990–$12,990 MSRP range
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85% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.2
  • Reliability 4.2
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4.1

Good car for it's year and mileage

Is a good car for his time, have some characteristics that make me feel comfortable driving it. It's my first car and make me feel sure.

5.0

Great car, great gas mileage!

Many options - Navigation, keyless entry, back up camera, usb, remote start, plus new transmission and new tires. Metallic blue with clean, sandstone interior. Plenty of trunk space.

3.0

Disappointment

Great mileage and an inexpensive buy, but man did it rip my heart (and wallet) out. Transmission died at 64k miles. Electric system then began to malfunction causing the car to stall in traffic. Nissan couldn’t figure it out and I’m no mechanic. Ended up getting rid of it at 70k, very disappointed. Nissan also refused to stand by it and offered no compensation for its miserable performance.

4.6

Most economical car I’ve owned

This car is small but mighty! It is so easy to maneuver and fits in the smallest parking spaces but has so much room inside! It would drive me to and from work and school but now since I moved our of state I could use the cash

4.9

Nissan versa 2013 with very good condition

This car is very good inside out with no problem what so ever it Drive perfect good Engine and trans the body is great with no problem

3.1

Nissan senta

Transmission don't like. Ride is hard. Gas mileage great. Body ok, Interior ok light weight on the interstate. Move around in wind and cars passing

4.8

Most reasonable car

I was recommended this car by my Father as being the most reliable and Reasonable one. It did turn out to be the best choice as i was looking for a good car in less prize!

5.0

An exceptional first car.

I, being an international student, was looking for a car, that had a blend of good gas mileage, low and hassle-free maintenance, space, comfort and safety, all at an affordable price. Because I did not wand to spend too much, I looked in the direction of used cars, and since I travel around 60 miles per day for work, I needed a car with good gas mileage, in order to reduce the fuel bills. After looking and considering various options, one day, I saw an online advertisement for this car. After doing a thorough research, taking a test drive of this car and discussing with my family, I came to a conclusion that this would be the perfect first car for me. I bought this car around 3 months ago and I am extremely happy with my purchase. I find this car extremely easy and comfortable to drive. I am getting around 37 miles per gallon on the highway (the gauge shows an average gas mileage of 35.2 miles per gallon), which is really good, considering that I tend to drive this car briskly at times. I have driven this car at 87 mph on I-95, and I am happy to report that the car was extremely stable, even at this speed. This car has a fantastic combination of good pulling power, along with good gas mileage. My car is an SV model, equipped with a CVT gearbox, power windows, central locking, tilt steering adjust, and most importantly cruise control and an aux-in port for playing music. Cruise control helps me in improving the car's gas mileage, while aux-in port means that I can play music in the car through my phone, which is million times better than playing music through a CD Player, perfect in this day and age for tech-savvy people, who also like to listen to music. One day, I tried sitting in the backseat of my car, behind the driver's seat, after pushing it all the way back. And I am happy to report that I did not feel cramped at all (my height is 5'11", and I have long legs) and I had enough space between my legs and the seat, which proves that this car is extremely spacious .Another point that I would like to make, is that honestly, I find this car much better looking than the Nissan Versas after it (i.e. 2015 and beyond, with their bigger grille and headlights), and finally, this car scores top marks with regards to safety, I mean frankly, there is no modern used car, apart from this one, that costs under $5000 and comes with 6 airbags (most cars in this price come with only two airbags), anti-lock brakes, tire-pressure-monitoring (TPMS), traction control etc. And to top it all off, Nissan is an extremely reliable brand. Honestly, if you are looking in the market for your first car, and you want the car to be affordable, safe, spacious, comfortable, music-friendly and great on gas mileage, it is hard to beat the Nissan Versa.

3.9

great car looks great rides good

the only thing is it has sensors on the tires but over all a great car I just got the car just the car I was looking for

3.4

Great on gas mileage

It has plenty of leg room in front and back. Comfortable seats. Not enough cup holders. I was not happy when the weather was windy because the car would sway and was scared and shaking when I drove on a high rise bridge. Car had great acceleration. Got excellent gas mileage in town and highway. I guess because the car was light weight. Started not getting cold AC. Did not like the glove compartment because it was too deep to reach in to while driving. Did not like that it did not have lights on the door for the power windows and I was always putting the wrong windows down at night. Liked the driver side arm rest. I really did not love it. It was reliable the 2 and half years I had it.