The best of both worlds. Versa's engine has variable valve timing that continuously adjusts engine output to deliver no-nonsense acceleration with exceptional mileage. All you need to make the most out of every city run.
The available Xtronic CVT automatically adjusts to help keep you in the optimal gear ratio so you ride a smooth wave of power with maximum efficiency. It mimics gear changes under hard acceleration for a sportier feel, while providing a constant power stream for smooth city driving.
On a steep grade, hill start assist helps stop you from rolling backwards. It holds brake pressure for a few seconds, giving you enough time to switch from the brake pedal to the accelerator. Of course, that's just the beginning. Versa uses other technologies, from Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) to Traction Control System (TCS), to make every drive feel more comfortable, confident, and enjoyable.
From the moment you get in, you’ll see you've stepped up to something different. Exceptional craftsmanship, intuitive design, and innovative technology will change the way you feel about driving.
The available full-color display can be customized to show everything from your tachometer (shown here) to playlists to fuel economy history. Just scroll to the info you want with the buttons on the steering wheel.
The available Automatic Temperature Control system features an intuitive control unit that lets you dial in your perfect temperature. Cold morning? The available heated front seats will warm you up quickly.
No matter what the temperature, the available Remote Engine Start System helps make sure you always get into a comfortable car. And once you’re ready to go, keyless entry makes getting in easier than ever.
In panic-braking situations, the ABS is able to pump the brakes faster than you possibly can, helping to prevent wheel lockup and allowing you to continue to steer while braking heavily.
If you need to slam on the brakes, Brake Assist detects how hard you’re braking, and if it senses you are in an emergency, it helps to apply maximum braking force. The EBD system is designed to send extra force to the rear brakes when there’s extra weight in the back.
The standard TCS means you won’t be wasting power just spinning the tires. When it senses drive-wheel spin, it responds by reducing throttle or applying brake pressure to specific wheels.