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Low price; good gas mileage; roomy interior; available CVT; excellent NHSA crash test results.
The brand-new 2007 Versa fits under the Sentra as Nissan's entry level model, and signals the manufacturer's foray into the sub-compact market. And in a segment where every inch of interior space is appreciated, the Versa's 94.3 cubic feet of passenger volume stands near the top of its class. The Versa is powered by a 1.8L four-cylinder that can be matched with a six-speed manual transmission, a four-speed automatic transmission, or a CVT. Body styles include a sedan and a hatchback, and both can be had in either base S trim or uplevel SL trim. The SL adds alloy wheels, a 60/40 split fold-down rear seat (to the sedan), cloth seat trim, and power accoutrements. The SL also gets a six-disc in-dash CD changer and auxiliary audio input jack. Pricing starts at $12,550 regardless of the number of doors on the car, which is competitive with other players in the market.