2013/03/15 | Test drive
2013 Nissan Versa - More space, but much cheaper.
The subcompact car category is one of the most popular in Quebec and has been for many years. And with good reason, since these cars offer everything the average driver needs for their daily commute, in addition to providing significant fuel economy.
In a world of just unveiled a $ 4 million Lamborghini supercar, the 2013 Nissan Versa is arguably the purest representation of what the automobile originally meant to be: a form of transportation that can get us from point A to point B safely, affordably and which, in the eyes of the designers of the first automobiles, would be faster than walking or even a horse ride.
If you're looking for a subcompact sedan, there are plenty of choices. Each car in this category has a little something that sets it apart from its competitors. In the case of the Nissan Versa, its strengths are considerable: it is not only the cheapest sedan in its class, even in the automotive industry in general, but also the one with the most space, Both in the trunk and in the passenger compartment.
Offered starting at $ 11,898, the 2013 Nissan Versa is currently the cheapest car in Canada. At that price, you still get the AM / FM / CD radio, 6-way adjustable driver's seat, on-board computer and 6 airbags.