Nissan Versa 2020 model year will be presented in New YorkApril 13, 2019
Japanese novelty will receive a new look, as well as an extended list of security technologies. According to rumors, the initial price of the new version of the sedan will be close to the mark of 12 360 dollars
The brand new Nissan Versa sedan, which will be positioned as the 2020 model year car, was shown today at the Tortuga Rock The Ocean music festival in South Florida. And, as we predicted, the third generation Versa model is very much like the updated Nissan Altima sedan.
The car of 2020 looks much more modern from all directions. The novelty retains a slightly convex silhouette of the current version of the car, but it still looks much better.
The radiator grille stands out prominently in front and is visually complemented by thinner and less rounded headlights. Meanwhile, the rear lights are also similar to those in the Altima model, as well as the “floating” rear rack. Reducing the height of ground clearance by 50.8 mm leads to the fact that the wheels fill the wheel arches more and create a more sporty silhouette.
The interior of the new Versa is most similar to the interior of the Nissan Kicks crossover, as the small sedan borrows the same infotainment system and overall dashboard design. Standard for the Versa model is now a remote keyless entry (with a start button), as well as window lifters. Options like heated seats, support for Apple CarPlay / Android Auto systems will cost extra money.
Nissan also enhances the safety of the new Versa by adding the original Safety Shield 360 system. This means that the Versa 2020 comes standard with automatic emergency braking (both front and rear), an exit warning system and automatic high-beam headlamps . Additional technologies, such as a blind spot monitoring system, rear cross-traffic alert, a driver alert system, and adaptive cruise control are additional options.
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