If you’re like me you’re probably still driving around in your college car telling yourself you don’t need a new vehicle. You park farther away from entrance of your building out of embarrassment and always act like you don’t have room in your car when your boss asks you to drive him somewhere.
Maybe it IS time for a new car?
But what do you get? How much can you afford? Wouldn’t it be great just to have a car that looks good but can be paid off in a couple of years?
Meet the 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan.
I’m not going to inundate you with miniscule details about the car so I’ll give you a quick rundown on why this may very well be your new car.
The car is ridiculously cheap. At the most with all the fixings you’re looking at 15k, but the car actually starts at $10,990. Seriously, this is the lowest starting MSRP of any competitor and it still comes with air conditioning. The packages that you can get range from the $350 Cruise Control Package to the $700 Tech Package that includes Navigation, XM Sat Radio and NavTraffic. The standard model is actually $3,205 less than 2012 Accent GLS.
It looks Good!
The car just looks good. If you were already looking at a Yaris or an Accent – this definitely will give you a bit more value for the money. The design is all new in comparison to it’s 1st generation model, it’s more aerodynamic and sophisticated looking. It also has some functional innovations as well like the vibration reducing roof panel giving you a smoother more comfortable ride.
It’s Great on Gas!
No it’s not in the low 40s in MPG, but it’s a solid 30MPG in City, 38 MPG highway, and 33 MPG combined. This is a great little efficient car. Don’t believe me? Take a moment and try to figure out how much money you will actually save when comparing a 38 MPG car with a 40MPG car? What’s the difference? Now look at the price of that vehicle in terms of the Nissan Versa? You probably won’t get your money back.
When you look at the car from the outside you can’t believe it’s as roomy as it is. The car has the most space per dollar in class and has the best in class rear legroom and trunk space. Honestly it feels like a boat when you’re in there. So don’t worry, all your friends can fit comfortably for a roadtrip and you still have enough room for all their stuff!
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What do you think about the 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan? Would you buy it?