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Nissan Versa, Hatchback, Sedan
#538 of 1276 S vs. SL
Jul 14, 2006 (6:43 pm)
The photos Edmunds has on this page: http://www.edmunds.com/new/2007/nissan/versa/100759288/researchlanding.html is the S not the SL as they have listed. On the exterior it shows the S wheels. On the interior, the tell tale sign is no center arm rest in front. The fabric is tougher to distinguish on the beige in those pictures but the other things tell the story.
Just thought you might want to know. Sometimes it is tough finding pictures of the base model details. They always want you to look at the upscale versions.
#540 of 1276 Re: 2007 NISSAN VERSA - Clutch issues [whitestone]
Jul 14, 2006 (7:01 pm)
ARe you sure it wasn't a 6 spd not a 5 spd?? Sinve the Versa's only come in 4 spd auto, 6 spd mannuel and CVT.
#541 of 1276 How to distinguish between a Versa CVT and Automatic engine
Jul 15, 2006 (3:09 am)
How do I distinguish visually of my Versa is a CVT and not just Automatic transmission? Iam not good at engines but I would like to know what to look for when I pop the hood to know if its a CVT engine or Automatic engine.
#542 of 1276 Can't see the tranny looking under the hood
Jul 15, 2006 (3:20 am)
You really can't see the tranny on the Versa from opening up the hood.
Its simple if you purchased and S you have a 4 speed auto if you purchased and SL automatics all come with CVTs
When you drive the CVT you won't feel or hear and "shift-shock" like you do on the automatic.
#544 of 1276 Re: Can't see the tranny looking under the hood [mschmal]
Jul 15, 2006 (3:46 am)
Thanks for the prompt response. I have purchased the SL version so its probably CVT. I have noticed that CVT engine accelerates a bit slow when starting from a full stop compared to my other automatic car, but after running a small distance, its fun to drive already. Just probably got to get used to driving a CVT yet.