The new Versa is breaking barriers in the small car segment

December 6th, 2013 by

2014 Nissan Versa Seattle WA

Why do people buy small cars? Obviously, the resounding answer to this is often going to be “because they get great fuel mileage.” But beyond that, there aren’t often many expectations that go along with buying a small car. This “single advantage philosophy” is about to go away thanks to one car in the Nissan lineup – the 2014 Nissan Versa in Seattle WA. The Versa is a small car for sure. And yes, it gets outstanding fuel efficiency. But it is soooo much more than that. Take a trip with us and see what we mean.

Let’s talk about leg room. We’ve all been in a situation where we need to cramp ourselves into the backseat of a friend’s compact car. This isn’t fun for everyone. And the longer the trip, the worse it is. Thankfully, someone finally addressed this issue. The new Versa sedan has the most rear legroom in the class. And the distance between the seat and ceiling comes in at 39.8 inches. This means that even tall passengers can sit comfortably. What. A. Relief.

So the passenger space is covered. But what about cargo? Not to worry, friends. The Versa has a trunk with 14.9 cubic feet of cargo space. If you don’t know your cubic feet very well, you should know this is pretty impressive for a car this size. So yes, the passenger and cargo space is well above average on the 2014 Nissan Versa in Seattle.

Now if you are a small car traditionalist, you are still going to want to know about the fuel mileage. The Versa won’t let you down here either. With 40 mpg highway fuel efficiency, the new Versa has you covered. And with a super low price tag, it’s almost a no-brainer for anyone looking for a small car. See it – and test drive it – in person at Nissan of Auburn!