Every year, U.S. News & World Report releases its “Best Cars for the Money” list, comprised of vehicles across various segments. This year, the Nissan Versa was named the top choice in the Subcompact Cat category.
“It’s getting more and more difficult to find a quality subcompact car, but the Nissan Versa delivers all of the attributes needed to win our Best Subcompact Car for the Money award,” said Jim Sharifi, managing editor of U.S. News Best Cars. “The Versa sits at the top of our rankings, with great fuel economy, ample cargo space and a well-built interior. It’s also competitively priced, and low ownership costs make the Versa a strong value over the long haul.”
This is the second time the Versa has been named the best by U.S. News thanks to its outstanding ownership experience and overall value. Starting at just $16,798, the 2022 Versa is equipped with the most standard safety technology in its class. Not to mention, you can expect to get fuel ratings as low as 6.7 L/100 km combined — thus saving you money at the gas pump, too.
Other than the hard facts, U.S. News turns to companies like TrueCar and Vincentric for data on cost of ownership as well as reviews from the automotive press. But you don’t have to take their word for it. You can experience the true value of the 2022 Nissan Versa for yourself by contacting our team at Nissan Downtown in Toronto, Ontario.
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