Benefits of driving an economy car 

Benefits of driving an economy car

By Product Expert | Posted in Nissan Versa, Tips and tricks on Monday, September 24th, 2018 at 12:06 PM
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Not all cars come with a ton of bells and whistles, and that’s okay. Economy cars are specifically designed to be affordable and dependable. When it comes down to brass tax, what matters most about a car is its basic capabilities. Can it get you from place to place? Is it efficient? Does it not break the bank? Keep reading to learn more about why you should consider an economy car like the Nissan Versa. 


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3 reasons to buy an economy car 

They’re way less expensive

No car is cheap, by any means, but economy cars are much more affordable than other cars. The Nissan Versa starts at an MSRP of just $12,360*. Again, that amount of money is certainly not a small amount, but it’s much smaller than the cost of many other vehicles. 


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They’re efficient 

Since economy cars a generally on the smaller side, they usually boast pretty respectable fuel economies. The 2019 Versa averages up to 39 highway mpg**, a number that rivals that of some hybrid vehicles. Save yourself money on car payments and gas payments with an economy car. 

They’re stylish 

Who says that an inexpensive car can’t look good? Compact sedans and hatchbacks come with their own set of aesthetic features, inside and out. Come down to Matt Castrucci Nissan and see what we mean by test driving the Nissan Versa! 

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*All prices are Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes destination and handling charges, tax, title, license, and options. Dealer sets actual price. 

**2019 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 27 City/36 Highway/30 Combined for Versa® Sedan S; 31 City/39 Highway/34 Combined for Versa S Plus, SV. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.