Inside, the Versa makes no claims of being upscale; it's a no-frills device but cleanly designed, with an upright, squared-off instrument panel that's refreshingly simple. While all models share the same interior design, they vary quite dramatically from 1.6 Base models up to top 1.8 SL models, with dull plastics and plenty of spacers and blanks replaced by mate-metallic trims and upgraded surfaces. As they should, we suppose, as top SLs can cost nearly twice as much as the entry model.
The 2011 Nissan Versa is offered in two different body styles, a four-door sedan and five-door hatchback. As a hatchback, the Versa looks considerably more elegant and complete as a design, with the gently curved roofline and kicked-up back pillar. Versa sedans look a little tall and homely, and the proportions don't work out as well. From the back, hatchbacks are helped out a bit with their swoop