The 2022 Nissan Versa sedan is an excellent means of transportation that gets people where they need to go, but it also makes the trip more fun than many other subcompact automobiles.
While practically everyone will also discover that its four-cylinder engine is unprepared for quick freeway passes, they should however be impressed by its highway fuel economy.
The Versa SR is the top-of-the-line model to purchase. Even though it is the most expensive variant, we believe the alluring basic equipment it offers makes it worthwhile.
The front wheels of the Versa are propelled by a 122-hp four-cylinder engine. Base models come standard with a five-speed manual transmission
On the more expensive SV and SR trim levels, the latter is standard. While the Versa seems sluggish when racing from stoplights and when passing on the highway,
When using the CVT, the Versa can achieve up to 32 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway. With an estimated 27 mpg city and 35 mpg highway
The interior of the Versa no longer has the appearance or feeling of a kids' play area. On the front and dashboard, there are soft-touch materials used throughout.
Nissan doesn't provide power-adjustable seats or leather interiors in this region, although the most expensive model does come with warming front seats and a fabric steering wheel and shifter.
A handy touchscreen infotainment system of 7.0 inches is standard in the Versa. However, Apple Pay and Android Auto connectivity are only available on the SV and SR model levels.
During the course of our testing, we discovered that now the CarPlay interface handled our inputs more effectively than the standard menus in the vehicle.
Some desirable standard amenities, including an armrest located on the driver's seat and a touchscreen screen in the gauge cluster, are unlocked by upgrading to the mid-level SV model.
We were able to fit seven carry-on luggage into the sedan's trunk, making a total of 17 with the back of the car folded. The sedan includes helpful storage on its centre console.