2012 Nissan Versa?

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This is a teaser picture of the new Nissan Sunny.
The name Sunny will not be used in the US where the car will be known as the new Versa.

It does match the various spy pics we’ve seen so far.
And really, they can only improve on the current design. No matter what they do…

Conversation 15 comments

  1. Bullet proof car, just trouble free at it's finest. But not pretty. The next one looks great so far!

  2. The Sentra and the Sunny ahve never been related. The VERSA is known as the Tiida in the euro/asian markets and is sold alongside the Versa. The Versa/Tiida has proportions closer to that of a Honda Jazz/Fit and the Sunny has proportions closer to a Corolla. They Sunny and Tiida/Versa are COMPLETELY different cars. . .

  3. Actually the new Nissan Quest looks like it was designed by an adult…Nissan may be purging their design departments of the retarded children.

  4. "Stefan Vit said…
    Bullet proof car, just trouble free at it's finest. But not pretty. The next one looks great so far!

    December 17, 2010 2:10 PM"

    You are kidding, right?

    JD Power, TrueDelta, and Consumer Reports have all rated this as the least reliable B segment vehicle sold in America. It is even behind the Aveo.

    It is an absolute piece of JUNK!

  5. Despite the occaisional negative press and reports, I can tell you that my Versa has 50K on it without a single problem. It's quiet, confortable and handles reasonably well. Compared to the noise levels in small Honda's, it feels like a luxury car.

  6. "Anonymous said…
    Despite the occaisional negative press and reports, I can tell you that my Versa has 50K on it without a single problem. It's quiet, confortable and handles reasonably well. Compared to the noise levels in small Honda's, it feels like a luxury car.

    December 19, 2010 10:25 AM"

    Wow, you are ONE person.

    I think I'll accept the statistically sound research data from those other sources that says this thing is abysmal.

    It also handles like a pig compared to the Fit. I'd gladly take some extra road noise in exchange for not having to pilot something that drives like a marshmallow.

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