2007 Nissan Versa Top Comparisons

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2007 Nissan VersaReview
Guru9BM9KG writes:
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Never owned one. I like the style. Im trying to find one

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Willie writes:
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I like it because how good a gas mileage you get.

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2007 Nissan Versa Review
voltagefuel says:
My decision to buy the 2007 Versa Hatchback specifically (I actually wanted this year and this car) is among the best car buying decisions I ever made. The vehicle is outrageously reliable, and extremely cheap to operate and service. Its drive is multiple times smoother than the Honda Fit, which is a cramped, hard ride to me. The opposite in the Versa. A solid buy and a great car, and it comes as no surprise why the Versa is the #1 top selling sub compact in America.
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2007 Nissan Versa S HatchbackReview
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Fun To Drive — Overall this is a great car I would recommend to anyone if your into low maintaince, great fuel economy & maybe a family of 4-2 being children it's great, if you have a bigger family this car is not for you me & my wife use it for our everyday use, work, great commuter,going to the park with our tennis equipment, fishing, my rods fit no problem as the seats lower for more room, church on Sundays with 2 adult friends & even grocery shopping, wev'e even taken long trips to bear mountain etc and it has never let us down, overall this is a great car to own & I would recommend to anyone.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: This car surprisingly handles great for a small sedan,the front seats are spacious & roomy,I get great fuel economy on long trips & surprisingly economical on NYC blocks,I would recommend  this car to anyone.

Cons: Could use more cargo space, still adequate for my fishing needs & still room for my toolbox.

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2007 Nissan Versa S HatchbackReview
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Nissan Versa A Good Tool To Save You Money On The Road — Nissan Versa 2007 is a good tool to save you money on the road, smooth engine, nice stick gear box of 6 speeds, bluetooth for your smartphone, alloy rims of 15 inches and TPMS tire system, I use to drive 200 miles in the city with 40 bucks of fuel or 350 miles on highway for the same price.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fuel Economy, Low Maintenance

Cons: Engine 1.8L = not enough power

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2007 Nissan Versa SReview
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Good Comuter Car — This car is an good car for what it is. Small and compact, it gets around town very well. Not much Gitty-up because it is a gas getter, but enough to get you on the Interstate safely. Great on fuel mileage, as long as you are not using the Air conditioner. Get around 33 MPG. Hot months, usually get 25-28 MPG, depending on who is driving.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Good little car, good on fuel when not using A/C 30to35MPG.  Nimble.

Cons: Not a fast car, 1.8 + A/C= 23to25 MPG, small storage room, plain interior, not many bells or whistles.

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2007 Nissan Versa S HatchbackReview
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In Love Hehe. Did Recommend This Car To My Co-worker, So He Bought One. — For being a stock SOHC 1.8L besides the DC exhaust, to me and the way i drive its quite zippy an has pep. gonna be doing as much as i can afford to do to it. had it for almost 4 years and for me and owning a car for that long, is a record haha.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: 6th gear haha

Cons: air conditioning bogs the power way down... any ideas?

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2007 Nissan Versa S HatchbackReview
Daniel writes:
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Great Car For The Money — My wife purchased this vehicle in 2007 when the versa was new to dealers as a model. It has held up great over the now 5 years that we have owned it. Gets great gas mileage and is very capable in terms of cargo room, seating room and interior quality considering the price. Seat cloth has held up very well as it is a micro-fiber type cloth and is very comfortable and durable. The vehicle is economical in nature so obviously a little lacking in power but less so than competitors that we have experienced. 6 speed manual can be a bit tiresome because of short first gear, but the short first gear also gives the car a little pep off the line that it may not have otherwise. All around a great car for the money!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great efficent car (in mileage and in price for  given functionality).

Cons: Short first gear, although this helps a lot with acceleration from a stop when needed.

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2007 Nissan Versa SL HatchbackReview
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Recommended — This car is great for what you pay for. We opted for the 6spd Manual transmission only because I've heard alot of horror stories about the CVT. We got 700km to a 37$ tank of gas on the highway on one vacation. It will also hold four 6ft guys in it comfortably.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Roomy, Cheap, Reliable, Fun to drive

Cons: Small Trunk

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2007 Nissan Versa S HatchbackReview
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Very Good Practical Daily Driver. — It handles really well but its kinda really slow. Build quality suprised me.Very little road noise, rides really smooth. 34 miles per gallon is very nice. Its fun to drive but if it had about 70 more horsepower it would be alot better.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: GAS MILEAGE

Cons: Slow

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Reviews From Other Years

2021 Nissan Versa Reviews

Review By Luis Angel

Wish it was Blue but it is what it is. great car overall Read More

2020 Nissan Versa Reviews

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Great cars, technology rock, look wonderful easy to drive. Read More

Review By Gary

Great car for the money good gas mileage seat 5 Read More

2019 Nissan Versa Reviews

Review By Pgyuzelev

Economic, four seats, good trunk space, reliable. Cheep to maintain. Read More

Review By Guru9YDX2L

Good value for the price. Just wish they would have a couple standard features, like power door locks. Read More

2018 Nissan Versa Reviews

Review By Michael

The vehicle was too small and had very little power. Read More

Review By MS. QUEEN V

2018 Nissan Versa is ok, I just think the 2019 and up is better Read More

2017 Nissan Versa Reviews

Review By Guru9Z3SKQ

I got the Versa S and it’s as basic as it gets besides A/C and power steering. Bought it as a commuter car only and it does exactly that. In the city / rural road driving I’m averaging 38 mpg. Feels r... Read More

Review By GuruX62GX

Love this car. Takes a minute to get up to speed but its great. Great on gas, roomy inside, lots of trunk space. Love the color inside and out. Excellent choice. The body is kind of compared to a T... Read More

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