John was great in making my purchase a bit easier. They promised to bring car to me in VA and get moonroof deflector installed and neither happened. But, they did pay for an Uber to bring me out to them. Ended up missing work :( and stuck in rush-hour traffic but love my car!
December 14, 2018
Bought in 2016 with only 30k something miles on it I’m at 90k now (yes I drove a lot moving from one state to another) but now transmission is going out, intake needs replaced and I still owe 12k on it and blue book is only 4K I can’t afford all the work that needs done so now I have to just eat my credit score cause I’m done with the xxxxx car the back door stopped opening on the inside as well it’s junk so not worth what I signed a lease for 😡
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A Surprisingly Comfortable Base Model
by Invisible Girl from Waynesville, NC
July 10, 2018
I bought this car as a second vehicle. I was worried because it's a small sedan, and I have a tall husband and teenage son. It turns out that the Versa has plenty of room for me, my husband and both of our kids to fit comfortably at the same time, which is no small feat. I had to sell our last vehicle because we couldn't go anywhere as a family in it.
I was impressed by how well this car handles. It has more power than I expected from a 4 cylinder engine. The fact that it also gets great gas mileage is a major plus!
The quality of the cloth interior fabrics are low-end, but that's to be expected as this is a base model after all. I like the fact that even the stock stereo/cd player has an auxiliary jack for an mp3 player.
The Versa may not have a lot of bells and whistles, but it does have enough of the essentials to make it a comfortable car to drive. I think if you're on a budget, and don't mind missing out on upgraded features, this is a great car to buy.
The first Versa was a 2012, no issues but was totalled in a head on with a meth head. Since the air bags saved my parents lives, we faithfully got a 2014 Versa to replace it. This car has been OK, some a/c and transmission issues. The major problem is that the design of the car allows dirt and debris to clog the drain tube under the cowling. This then causes rain water to build up and eventually spray into the cab of the car. There is no way for the customer to prevent the issue or clean it themselves, rather we will have to take the car to the dealer and pay $365 to have them unplug it. Every 2-3 years the customer will have to pay to fix a design flaw. This is ridiculous and unacceptable. Keating Nissan feels that they offered three "great" options, ranging from $365 to over $3000, depending on which way we would like to be raked over the coals. The customer should not be financially responsible for correcting Nissan's mistake, not even just once but REPEATEDLY. Unacceptable big business greed.
This vehicle is junk, I'm sorry about that but I have to be truthful. It's not even worth one star but my review can't be submitted if I don't choose at least one star. Thank you.
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