2014 Nissan Versa: A Study in Modesty
Hunting for the perfect car can be trickier than finding your soul mate. The options can be overwhelming and if you don’t know what you specifically want, the final decision will always be difficult. If you’re looking for a reliable, roomy car to get around in though, your decision is simple—look no further than the 2014 Nissan Versa, the best selling subcompact of the year.
While the Versa has been updated in a variety of ways, the biggest change has been the introduction of the Note, a hatchback version of the award-winning car. An increase in space within the cabin allows the Note to comfortably fit four adults, meaning it’s great for the carpool lane. And have we mentioned the new engine? Going for efficiency rather than horsepower, the 2014 Versa has a smaller engine, allowing the car to reach 40 mpg highway and 31 mpg city.
With the fun technology included in the package, you can’t go wrong. Nissan has given the Versa a navigation system, a touch screen, and traffic and weather updates among other innovative gadgets.
The greatest piece of tech has to be the Around View Monitor, which allows the driver a 360-degree view as he/she backs into or out of a parking spot. Perfect for those crowded mall parking garages, the monitor cuts back on possible collisions. Overall, the 2014 Versa has a charm that our team here at The News Wheel just couldn’t deny.
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