If you’re just getting your feet wet purchasing your first new car, or you require additional transportation for other family members, you could do worse than shelling out a mere $13,000 for a new Versa. Nissan’s small but roomy little sedan is the ideal car for inexpensive around-town travel. The first think that strikes you about the Versa is that the interior is actually built for adults, or large youths plus all their stuff. There’s not much in the way of new content for 2017, as the Versa received an updating for 2015, which included a more substantial front end with revised headlights and fog-light surrounds and similar alterations at the rear. The not so little four-door maintains momentum with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 109 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission and an optional four-speed automatic are offered in the base S Versa, while a continuously variable transmission (CVT) is standard with the S Plus, SV and SL models and is the one to get if maximizing fuel economy is your primary consideration.