2024 Nissan Versa


Infotainment and Connectivity

The Versa features a standard 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with useful buttons and knobs; the SR model gets a standard 8.0-inch display. Only the SV and SR trims have standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; those systems are optional on the base S trim. During our time with it, we found that the CarPlay interface responded better to inputs than the car’s normal menus did. Every Versa has three USB ports and voice-command capability, but anyone who wants the ability to listen to SiriusXM satellite radio will have to look higher than the base model.



With its competition dwindling—the Kia Rio and Mitsubishi Mirage G4 will both soon be discontinued—the 2024 Nissan Versa is the last bastion of cheap transportation. It makes sense that the Nissan would be the last vehicle standing, as its handsome styling, fuel-efficient powertrain, and value-focused features make it stand out among pint-sized sedans—and earned it a place on our 2024 Editors’ Choice list. A 122-hp four-cylinder toils away under the Versa’s stubby hood, and performance is predictably sleepy. But its pokiness pays off at the pump, with class-leading fuel-economy estimates designed to keep your fuel budget well under control. The cabin is far from miserable, with nice materials and room for four adults—so long as they’re friendly with one another. While the base S trim is likely too spartan for all but the most miserly buyer, the mid-range SV and top-spec SR offer plenty of creature comforts for not much more money, including available heated front seats, a wireless charging pad, and automatic climate control. It’s every bit the downsized Altima that its styling suggests.


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