2013 was Nissan’s most innovative year ever, with a number of new redesigned hitting the dealership this year. We’ve already seen the 2013 Nissan Altima, 2013 Nissan Sentra and 2013 Nissan Pathfinder. The final new redesign, the 2013 Nissan Versa, can be seen for the first time at the Cleveland Auto Show.
What we saw in Cleveland was an economy car that you cannot call economy. Nissan updating the styling across the Nissan car line, and the Versa was given a major facelift. You’ll notice the new wide, front grille, larger front headlights and a new round outline from bumper to bumper. One of the complaints of the former Versa was that is was too economy, but not anymore. The best part though, the price isn’t changing.
With its new design, the Versa will be roomier than previous models. Nissan says the 2013 Versa has class leading legroom, so you and friends won’t feel crammed on a road trip. There is 14.9 cubic feet of room in the trunk, and the Versa features a 60/40 split fold-down seat, so cargo will never be a problem.
While we looked at the base model, the Versa can come with all the features you want in a modern car. The new Versa have an available backup camera, Navigation, Bluetooth, and a USB Connection Port to play your smart phone music through the speakers.
The Versa also comes with up to 40 MPG.
Overall, the design of the 2013 Nissan Versa is a major step up from previous models. We love that Nissan is putting effort into taking the economy out of its economy model, and we cannot wait until the Nissan Versa comes to Canton, Ohio.