2007 Nissan Versa

Discussion in 'New Automobile Specifications' started by BailOut, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. BailOut

    BailOut My favorite holiday is Earth Day!

    2007 Nissan Versa

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    Pricing:

    4dr Hatchback 1.8S $12,550
    4dr Hatchback 1.8SL $14,550
    4dr Sedan 1.8S $12,550
    4dr Sedan 1.8SL $14,550

    SIRIUS™ Satellite Radio $300
    XM® Satellite Radio $300
    Splash Guards $110
    1.8 SL Convenience Package $700
    1.8 SL Audio Package $300
    1.8 SL Sunroof Package $600
    1.8 S Power Package $700
    Rear Roof Spoiler $350
    1.8 SL Sport Package $700
    ABS Package $250

    Engineering:

    Engine Type: In-Line 4-Cylinder
    Engine Block/Cylinder Head: Cast-aluminum/Cast-aluminum
    Displacement (cc): 1797
    Horsepower @ rpm: 122 hp @ 5,200 rpm
    Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm): 127 lb-ft of torque @ 4,800 rpm
    Redline (rpm): 6500
    Bore and Stroke (mm): 84 x 81.1
    Compression Ratio: 10.6
    Valvetrain: 16 valve - DOHC
    Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS)
    Multi-Point Fuel Injection
    Nissan Direct Ignition System
    Electronic drive-by-wire throttle
    Front-Wheel Drive
    CARB Emissions Rating: ULEV-2
    Federal Emissions: Tier II/Bin5

    Transmissions:

    4-speed Automatic Transmission

    1st: 2.861 2nd: 1.562 3rd: 1.000 4th: 0.697 Reverse: 2.310

    6-speed Manual Transmission

    1st: 3.7273 2nd: 2.1053 3rd: 1.4516 4th: 1.1714 5th: 0.9714 6th: 0.8108 Reverse: 3.685

    Xtronic CVT™ (Continuously Variable Transmission)

    1st: 2.561 2nd: 0.427 Reverse: 2.689

    Body/Suspension/Chassis:

    11.02" vented front disc/rear drum brakes
    4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
    Electronic Brake force Distribution
    Brake Assist
    Front: Independent strut suspension with stabilizer bar
    Rear: Torsion beam suspension with integrated rear stabilizer bar
    Ripple-control shock absorbers
    Electric power-assisted steering
    15" x 5.5" Steel wheels with wheel covers
    15" x 5.5" 6-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels
    P185/65HR15 All-season tires
    Fog lights
    Unique front and rear fascia
    Lower body side sill extensions
    Rear roof spoiler
    Center high-mounted brake light
    Dual power body-color outside mirrors
    Power sliding glass sunroof with tilt feature
    One-touch rear hatch/trunk release

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    Interior Measurements:

    Headroom (in., front/rear): 40.6/38.3
    Legroom (in., front/rear): 41.4/38.0
    Shoulder Room (in., front/rear): 53.5/50.7
    Hiproom (in., front/rear): 48.8/47.2
    Cargo Volume (cu. ft.): 17.8 - w/Seats folded: 50.4
    Passenger Volume (cu. ft.): 94.3
    Seating Capacity: 5

    Exterior Measurements:

    Wheelbase (in.): 102.4
    Length (in.): 169.1
    Height (in.): 60.4
    Width (in.): 66.7
    Track (in., front/rear): 58.3/58.5
    Curb Weight (lbs.):
    Manual transmission 2,722/2,739
    Automatic transmission 2,751
    Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission 2,779
    Cd: .31

    EPA Mileage Estimates/Capacities:

    6-Speed Manual (City/Highway): 30/34
    4-speed Auto (City/Highway): 28/35
    Xtronic CVT (City/Highway): 30/36
    Crankcase (qt.): 4.2
    Coolant System (gal.): 7.2
    Fuel (gal.): 13.2
    Required Fuel: Regular Unleaded

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    Last edited: Apr 5, 2007
  2. gflippin

    gflippin Active Member

    I wonder why the six-speed manual doesn't do better than the four-speed automatic on the highway. I noticed this on the 2007 Honda Civic as well.

    Greg
     
  3. c0da

    c0da Well-Known Member

    When I bought my 06' Civic I asked the dealer the same question. He told me that "Honda has made many improvements to the transmission and they've almost got it as good as manual now." It was probably just part of his sales pitch, but that's what he said :confused: . Not sure I believe him or not.
     
  4. gflippin

    gflippin Active Member

    c0da,

    I guess they have made some improvements. But, I'd still prefer the six-speed manual (better for hypermiling).

    Greg
     
  5. philmcneal

    philmcneal Has it been 10 years? Wow

    gear ratios, the manual gear ratios are tuned for accel, while the autos sacfrafacing their punch for lower rpms at the same speed.
     
  6. gflippin

    gflippin Active Member

    Phil,

    That makes sense.

    Greg
     

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