Excellent vehicle with great aspect from the affordability.
The car is wonderful! The backseat is very spacious, which I found unusual, the trunk deep and the reliability is fantastic. I change the oil every 5 thousand miles and it works like a charm. The seats aren't leather which is really nice. The turning radius potential of the car is amazing, the mileage is about 38 miles per gallon and the shocks are decent. Although once you surpass 80 miles per hour, the shocks start to lose their touch. When I say lose their touch, I don't mean an unbearable ride. More so, the noise is rather loud and very noticeable. The vibrations of the vehicle as a whole increase dramatically. Of course, I'm no car expert so I just tested it on my mothers 2018 Equinox. After riding in that car hitting 90 miles per hour, there is a noticeable difference in shock performance. With all that being said, the performance and vehicle itself are the real bang for their buck. I got the vehicle just north of 10.5k back in 2016. It was a much needed purchase for a commuting college kid working part time. I'd recommend practice in a parking lot driving if your not used to a short clutch. Perhaps I am biased moving from a 98' Dodge pick up to this Nissan Versa. I'd also recommend not spilling food on the seats. There porous design of the seats isn't very friendly. They don't seem to retain sweat from stinky clothes though! Lastly, I'd recommend not using the Bluetooth in the vehicle. You're more than welcome to if you want, but its super strange and just connects randomly.