2010 Nissan Versa 1.8 SL Hatchback

This Versa is far preferable to the stripper version we had a few weeks ago. Its upgrades include a radio, Bluetooth hands-free calling, and even a navigation system. As you might imagine, these additions push this compact Versa hatchback's price to a not-so-compact $19,595 sticker price. That's $1000 more than our recently departed Four Seasons Honda Fit Sport. But the Versa feels more refined than our Fit did; superior interior comfort, better radio controls, and mellower highway cruising also struck a big plus in my book. Even this navigation unit is easier to use than the outdated one in the Fit.

Mike Ofiara, Road Test Coordinator

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