Surprisingly for such a cheap car, the dash, instrument panel, and switchgear feel like they were lifted from some of Nissan's more expensive offerings. Those with long commutes will especially appreciate the seats in the 2010 Nissan Versa, which are among the most comfortable of any small car. Also, the wide-opening doors in back provide for refreshingly easy entry and exit.
The 2011 Nissan Versa rides very comfortably—so much so, that you're likely to think you're in a larger vehicle. More importantly, the Versa has a relatively quiet interior with little road noise when cruising at highway speeds—although the ride does get a little pitchier at, say, 80 mph, and reveal that you are indeed in a small car. Smaller 14-inch wheels, although they don't look as nice, seem to offer a better ride at no detriment to handling.
Storage inside the cabin is another strong point; there are up to six cupholders, and plenty of storage cubbies, and even though some of the materials along the doors and inside the trunk are a little skimpy, the instrument panel is dressed up on par with more expensive vehicles. Thanks to the rather soft, isolated suspension tuning, the Versa's cabin doesn't involve much road noise, but wind noise can be a an issue on long hauls.