2020 Nissan Versa Model Review

32/40  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
9.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
14.7  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Nissan Versa?

Nissan bills the 2020 Versa as "more sedan per dollar." What's that mean exactly? Well, for starters, it means you're getting everything you pay for and then some. It's packed with Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology, Safety Shield 360, and up to its ears in technology. What Nissan did with the Versa in 2020 is make it lower, wider, longer, and packed with as much technology as the big guys, without the big price tag.

Nissan shoppers are looking for a great value, and that's what the Versa has to offer most of all. They've made a significant amount of changes in 2020 so that the Versa looks more expensive than it really is, with crisper design, stronger construction, and attractive Halogen headlamps across the board. Its highest trim even offers a stand-out grille that you'll want to show your friends (strangers might even notice it). Let's see what trims Nissan lined up for this brand new edition of the Versa.

2020 Nissan Versa Interior

The 2020 Nissan Versa Has Many Features Across Three Trims

S, SV, and SR trims are the lineup for 2020. For those who just want great value with minimal features, the S is ideal. It'll get you a Versa, and you're done. If you prefer more upscale interiors and technology, the SR is ideal. Nissan is throwing in tech features like never before on the Versa:

        
  • 7.0-inch touchscreen with Infotainment system (SV and SR)
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  • Leatherette upholstered dash (SV and SR)
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  • 7.0-inch display with no Infotainment system (S)
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  • 15-inch steel wheels on the Versa S
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  • 16-inch alloy wheels on the SV
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  • 17-inch alloy wheels on the SR
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  • SR gets a darker, more impressive grille

It's a solid lineup for a model that didn't get much tech on it last year, and you can expect plenty of USB ports and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Great driving features include automatic rear braking on the S, Premium cloth interior on the SV, and Sport-cloth interior on the SR.

What's Under the Hood of the 2020 Versa?

2020 Nissan VersaA single-engine carries over from the previous year: a 1.6-liter engine rated at 122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft. of torque. Remember that people buy a Versa because they've got class and spunk, not to haul or tow. It's a fine power train for the type of sedan this is, and it accelerates nicely. If you would like to take a test drive for yourself, give us a call at your earliest opportunity, and we will help you schedule a test drive.

2020 Nissan Versa has an Abundance of Safety Features

2020 Nissan VersaNissan Intelligent Mobility continues to make its name known on the Versa. In addition to Automatic Emergency Braking, you'll get stellar safety features like Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning, and High Beam Assist for better clarity on the road. As a safety suite, Nissan Intelligent Mobility is one of the greatest in the business, as close to a self-driving car as you get in the modern world, and it's well worth the value that it adds to the Versa. You get terrific tech, a small price tag, plenty of upscale features, and of course, Safety Shield 360.

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