2018 Nissan Versa

The 2018 Nissan Versa is available in two body styles: sedan and hatchback. S, S Plus, SV, and SV Special Edition sedans are available to customers. The five-speed manual gearbox on the S model makes it unique. The Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) and stylish spoiler are standard equipment on the SV model. There is a USB port and a keyless entry system in the SV. 15-inch alloys, a rearview camera, and Bluetooth audio streaming are just a few of the perks that come standard on the SV Special Edition. Customers have many options when it comes to the features and capabilities they want in a car.


The 2018 NISSAN VERSA is offered in 3 trim levels:

  • Nissan Versa S: 5-Speed Manual
  • Nissan Versa S Plus: Continuously Variable Automatic
  • Nissan Versa SV: Front-Wheel Drive


In addition to 109 horsepower, the 1.6-liter inline-4 is coupled to either a 5-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic gearbox (CVT).  The Versa’s best attributes are ascribed to its predictable and well-controlled ride and handling for a small vehicle. Both body types may be effortlessly maneuvered throughout town because of their modest turning radius and well-balanced handling. To maintain a straight course on lengthy interstate jogs, we’ve found that the steering may feel jittery while traveling at highway speeds.

Fuel Efficiency

The EPA rates the 2018 Versa in its most efficient configuration at 31 mpg city, 39 mpg highway, and 34 combined (CVT). 8 out of 10 on our fuel-economy measure suffice. A 5-speed manual gearbox is standard on entry-level sedans, which may save money at the dealership but not necessarily on gas. Compared to the more popular CVT variants, manual-equipped sedans are rated at 27/36/30mpg by the EPA.

2018 Nissan Versa

Design, Comfort, and Quality

Corporate components like the grille, headlights, fascia, and bumpers, all of which seem too huge, have been forced down its throat. The Versa sedan’s sides hold their form better, but most models’ narrow, 15-inch wheels do not fit the huge wheel arches. There is a decklid-mounted spoiler that gives a dash of style to the otherwise unremarkable tail of the car.

The Versa Note is the best-looking little vehicle, and Nissan has paid more attention to it. Nissan’s V-motion grille has been modified for use on the Versa Note for its front end. The Versa Note’s boomerang is framed by high-mounted headlights and large jowls that occupy the area in front of the front tires.

Two separate character lines rise toward a tall rear end, accented by roof-mounted spoilers on certain variants of the Versa Note in profile. The Versa Note’s rear tires are positioned closer to the tail, making the hatchback seem more streamlined.

Internal Feel

For some buyers, the sedan’s lack of a split-folding back seat restricts its usefulness, even though it has a class-leading 14.9 cubic feet of trunk space. Regardless, using the Versa Note’s rear hatch, you can access 18.8 cubic feet of storage space with the rear seats folded down or 38.3 cubic feet with the seats folded back. Small goods may be stored below the load floor, while tall objects can be stored inside the hatch thanks to a “Divide-N-Hide” flexible floor.

Nissan Versa Manuals

When consumers purchased a car new from the dealership, a 2018 Nissan Versa owner’s manual set containing all the required information was found in the glove box. This premium book was wrapped in fine leather and included all supplemental manuals for future maintenance, component programming and modifications.

However, these books differ from the service manuals, which are intended for mechanics. The repair manuals cover every aspect of how the car operates. However, the main focus is diagnostic and repair procedures. Whenever addressing issues with the vehicle, it’s important to consult a 2018 Nissan Versa manual. Conversely, owner’s and operators of the vehicle will benefit from the owner’s manual, which reviews topics such as:

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Operation
  • Maintenance
  • Troubleshooting

While this list is thorough, the Nissan owner’s manual for the 2018 Versa provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience. It is recommended that every operator of the machine review this material before proceeding.

Exterior Design

The Versa’s external look hasn’t altered much from last year’s model. Curved to improve aerodynamics are its long and thin form. Variable intermittent windshield wipers are standard throughout the Versa lineup for the 2018 model year. Also included as standard are 15-inch steel wheels. However, on the “SV Special Edition” model, you may choose 15-inch aluminum alloy wheels. Fog lights are also included in this package. A dynamic rear spoiler is included on models above the entry-level “S” model to help you perform better on the road. The Versa comes in a variety of colors. Gray, black, and white are the most common shades.


  • Height: 60.5 in
  • Length: 163.7 in
  • Width: 58.3 in
  • Curb weight: 2460 lbs

Engine type: Regular Unleaded I-4, 1.6 L

Fuel tank: 10.8 g


The price list for the 2018 NISSAN VERSA can be found below:

  • Nissan Versa S: $12,110 or €11097
  • Nissan Versa S Plus: $14,250 or €13058
  • Nissan Versa SV: $15,840 or €14516