At Sutherlin Nissan Vero Beach in Vero Beach, FL, we understand that having a subcompact vehicle has a lot of benefits associated with its ownership. That’s why we’re proud to have a large inventory of the 2015 Nissan Versa in stock for you to test drive. For 2015, the Versa gets updated exterior styling and a more attractive cabin. All Versa models get Bluetooth connectivity as standard and receive additional optional content. If you’re looking for a stylish subcompact sedan, then come by our dealership and let our knowledgeable sales staff show you how the Versa can fit into your hectic lifestyle.
Let’s see how the 2015 Nissan Versa does against the Hyundai Accent.
The first thing you’ll notice about these two vehicles is the $2,755 that separates them. The Versa starts at $11,990 while the entry-level Accent has a MSRP of $14,745. With the extra savings, you could get into the Versa S Plus for $13,990, which would include features like:
Besides the lower starting price, the Versa will save you money over the long haul with its fuel economy rating of 31/40 mpg (city/hwy) while the Accent can get 27/38 mpg (city/hwy).
If you’re looking for a subcompact car with midsize space, then the Versa is your best choice. The Versa has an interior volume of 105.1 cu.ft while the Accent has an interior volume of 103.4 cu.ft. The extra overall space means the Versa has more front headroom and more rear legroom than the Accent. Your passengers will love the extra space and you’ll appreciate the Versa’s extra cargo capacity. The Versa boasts a cargo capacity of 14.9 cu.ft. with seats in place, which is 1.2 cu.ft. more than the Accent.
We’re sure that you’ll love the Versa after you test drive it and thanks to the vehicle’s extensive list of safety features, you can have peace of mind when driving the vehicle everyday. The list of safety features on the Versa include: