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About Nissan Versa

Nissan Versa is actually an automobile nameplate used by the exceptional Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Company Ltd in North America in different vehicles. The first Nissan Versa was introduced in 2006 for the 2007 model year as the North American version Nissan Tiida hatchback, then since 2011, Nissan Versa becomes the American version Nissan Latio as a sedan, which is the successor of the Nissan Tiida; and since 2013 it also is a Nissan Versa Note for the U.S. market also as a hatchback.
The first Nissan Versa was unveiled at the 2006 North American International Auto Show as a 2007 model. S and SL are available trim levels in both 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback. During 2007 to 2012, Nissan Versa was powered by a 1.8 L DOHC I4 MR series engine that could produce 122 hp and 127 pound feet of torque and a 1.6 L HR16DE I4 engine that could generate 107 hp and 111 pound feet of torque. Both engines were mated to a 4-speed automatic, a CVT and a 6-speed manual transmission. Then the second Nissan Versa made its debut at the 2011 New York Auto Show, it is equipped with a 1.6 L I4 engine that could produce 107 bhp and 107 pound feet of torque. Then the latest Nissan Versa was released at the 2013 North American International Auto Show. S, S Plus, SV, SL and SR are available trim levels. 2.0 L I3 and 1.6 L I4 mated to 5-speed manual and CVT are available transmissions.

Nissan Versa Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Just like anything in this world, Nissan Versa could not withstand the natural beat no matter how tough it was built. As accumulation of mileage, problems like these would appear:
First, transmission failure. Literally, transmission failure in all Nissan models is not rare. Even at the car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, Nissan Versa drivers complained about this problem about the vehicle most. They described that when the vehicle reached at about 70,000 miles, the vehicle transmission started slipping and it could not accelerate nor shift gears in time. What's more, the indicator did not match the gear and the key could not remove from the ignition to turn off the vehicle. If your Versa also starts in another gear of refuses to go into gear at all, you should check the Versa shift cable, clutch disc, transmission pan and automatic transmission filter.
Second, engine failure. Actually, engine failure is often seen as the first step of a vehicle breaking down. Before its complete failing, you can save it based on experience from Nissan Versa owners. Drivers told that before this problem really happen, some signs would come out first. If you could hear squealing metallic noises, power steering and A/C stop working, engine keeps overheating and decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy appear often. Then you should check some engine parts such as Versa intake manifold gasket, oil filter, serpentine belt and drive belt, you can basically solve these symptoms by replacing one or some of them.
To have a consistent top-notch Nissan Versa needs a lot more efforts than you expected. You may already know that the routine maintenance is an essential procedure. However, as a vehicle made of countless auto parts, knowing what to maintain seems more crucial and effortless. We can tell you in Versa, door lock actuator used for lessen possibly of being stolen would break due to over usage. Seat belt would be useless once its pretensioner gets activated and headlight, wiper arm and emblem, wiper blade all would wear and tear after overexposure to heat, dust or any other harsh conditions. These auto parts that are not only vulnerable but also have close relation with your safety.
If prime condition is what you pursue for your Nissan Versa, then you should be aware of the OEM Nissan Versa auto parts are the best. Nissanpartsdeal.com carries a broad selection of lowest-priced genuine Nissan Versa auto parts online. In reliability, quality, durability, these OEM Versa parts backed by the manufacturer's warranty are unmatchable for any aftermarket parts. Please shop with confidence as our hassle-free return policy and fastest delivery service would back you as well!