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all new 2020 nissan Versa STATUS: New for 2020 — The secondgeneration Versa represents a giant leap forward for this small sedan. The cleansheet design is longer and wider and there’s more space between the front and rear wheels. A lower and sleeker roofline comes at the expense of reduced rearseat headroom that was the previous Versa’s strong suit. Trunk space has also decreased slightly. The interior has betterquality hard- and soft-touch materials as well as seat coverings. The dashboard controls and attendant analog gauges are straightforward and the standard flatbottom steering wheel is a nice touch. A 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine produces 122 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque (the previous Versa 1.6 made 109/107). A five-speed manual transmission is standard, but only with the base S trim. A new continuously variable automatic (CVT) is available in the S, but is standard with the SV and SR models. The Versa’s vast array of dynamic-safety tech — such as emergency braking and active cruise control — is standard in the SV and SR. Since the Versa Note hatchback is gone for 2020, it now falls upon the Versa sedan to carry the torch. Vehicle SpecS Base price (incl. destination): $15,600 Type: Compact sedan Engine (h.p.): 1.6-liter I-4 (122) Transmissions: Five-speed manual; continuously variable (opt.) Layout: Front-wheel-drive Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 32/40/35 (CVT) Base weight (lb.): 2,600

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