For too long, the Versa's best qualities were its spacious rear seats, large trunk and price. It had uninspiring styling and limited options yet it was the most affordable new automobile you could get. While the 2020 Nissan Versa might still be one of the least costly new cars in the marketplace, it is nothing like the old design. It takes the best parts of the old design (low cost and great deals of area) and puts them in a new, handsome layout that provides purchasers a brand-new small sedan that looks anything but average.
The brand-new Versa keeps a 1.6 L 4-cylinder engine (like in the previous design) however this year it's stronger and slightly more fuel-efficient. The engine generates 122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft. of torque while returning as much as 35mpg on the highway with the 5-speed manual. Select the CVT automatic and you'll see your gas mileage climb up to 40 miles per gallon on the freeway. (According to www.nissanusa.com) While 122hp might not seem like a lot, the new Versa is not a hefty vehicle and the power-to-weight ratio works perfectly fine. It may not be the fastest compact automobile for sale, but it's a perfect combination for a compact vehicle like the 2020 Nissan Versa.
As previously stated, we took all of the best components of the old version and made them even better in the 2020 Versa. The wheelbase, width and length have all grown somewhat on the '20 Nissan Versa, which is remarkable as the previous design was already one of the roomiest vehicles in the class. We included optional LED headlights and foglights, available 17-inch wheels and a body-color back wing on the SR trim to give the '20 Nissan Versa a sportier, strong appearance. Unexpected features like the available NissanConnect® 7-inch touchscreen stereo, optional Nissan Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition, optional Remote Engine Start, and optional heated seating transform the 2020 Sentra into a new degree of cool.
The '20 Nissan Versa joins the rankings of the technology-packed automobiles with an excellent list of base and available technology choices. Every 2020 Versa will get Auto Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Warning, High Beam Assist, and Rear Auto Braking. That's a lot of standard technology packed into a small car like the Versa but there's even more available technology inside. Optional Intelligent Cruise Control, available Blind Spot Warning, class-exclusive available Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and the available Advanced Drive-Assist Display. The Advanced Drive-Assist Display is especially awesome as it permits you to show everything from your tachometer to playlists to your fuel economy history on a display screen. The new Versa provides you the tech you long for at a cost you'll enjoy.
2020 Nissan Versa: Specs, Features & Trim Comparison