The 2012 Nissan Versa sedan fully redesigned. Nissan car maker has unveiled new styling inside and out, and is said to be more economical than its predecessor also has debutted at New York Auto Show with a long list of changes, but the Versa 2012 is more like an evolution of the old car than a full redesign. 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan on an evolution of the platform of the last car is called V for Versatile.
The new 2012 Nissan Versa will continue to be one of the least expensive cars sold in America, including a barebones sedan that holds the title of cheapest car sold in the U.S For now, only a sedan will be offered, but a four door hatchback will likely arrive later on. Nissan says the 2012 Versa is built on a new platform. Though overall dimensions are pretty much identical to the previous car, curb weight is said to be down by about 150 pounds.
The new 2012 Nissan Versa sedan wheelbase and width are unchanged from the current model, but it loses about an inch of length and height. Despite this, Nissan says that the packaging improvements for the engine and , more. The new car will be slightly lighter than before. The 2012 Nissan Versa is further evidence of the Altima and Maxima sedans, starting with a new grille and headlamp design, oval, and continued with smooth back and redesigned tail lights that sweep the rear bumper on the back squat the Versa.
The hood and sides are divided by a variety of character lines grew similar to those observed in the Hyundai Elantra. While the first verse had a , and classic roofline of the new car back steep sloping gently down to the tribe, following the trend out. Exterior changes to help low coefficient of friction of 0.31.
The new 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan will arrive at dealerships this summer. If stickers for the 2011 model are anything to go by, the new sedan is unlikely that the $ 18,000 mark to break and the stripped out S is said to start just under $ 11,000. For now just announced a sedan, a hatchback, but may follow later after all, most of the Versa’s competitors offer a choice of two body styles.