The 2009 Nissan Versa 1.6 Sedan is also called the Versa "Base" because it is so basic, affordable, and fuel-efficient vehicle (or if you prefer to use Nissan's trademarked acronym, an FEV). Another way of saying base or basic, is "stripped down." There isn't one thing automatic about this Versa version. USA Today said that this made it feel cheap. We got over that. Once we did, we found that the Versa was a fun, snappy and responsive joy to drive. It gets an estimated 34 MPG highway and 26 MPG city. When these mileage estimates are considered with the $12090 delivered sticker price, the Versa seems cheap all right, cheap to buy and cheap to drive.
2009, Nissan, Versa, 1.6, Sedan