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The Sales Staff at Windsor Nissan Speaks Multiple Languages

The Sales Staff at Windsor Nissan Speaks Multiple Languages and I want to tell you all about it!

The Sales Staff at Windsor Nissan Speaks Multiple Languages

The Sales Staff at Windsor Nissan Speaks Multiple Languages

If you speak…

  • Arabic
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Chinese
  • Taiwanese
  • Russian
  • Ukranian
  • Portuguese
  • Creole

…then Windsor Nissan is the place for you!

At Windsor Nissan, customer service is our top priority and we want to make you feel comfortable. Offering an option for our customers to speak in their native languages to create a more comfortable environment for the vehicle-purchasing process is an achievement we are proud of.

Please visit http://www.WindsorNissan.com/languagse.aspx for personal statements from our Sales Staff in multiple languages.

ABOUT WINDSOR NISSAN
Dear Customers, Friends, and Patrons:
Windsor Nissan, a part of the Maguire Automotive Group, has consistently served customers with honesty, integrity, and a stalwart commitment to customer service.
We are located in East Windsor, NJ in a brand new, state of the art facility but our reach is far and our customer base broad.
Please use this site to get familiar with our friendly, family operated dealership, explore our vast inventory, and become part of our family.
Thanks for stopping by and for considering us in your search for a vehicle.
With Warm Regards,
Marcy Maguire

President, Windsor Nissan.

2010 Nissan Versa

The Versa feels more substantial than other cars in this class and has a nice, smooth ride, along with a quiet cabin and an especially roomy interior; Nissan claims best-in-class rear legroom. In its upper S and SL trims, it can be very well equipped by checking a few options boxes. And for those who wish to keep it basic, the Versa is one of the first models you should look at. With a starting price of just $9,990, the Versa Base is one of the least expensive new cars available in the U.S.
2010 Versa

2010 Versa

The front-wheel-drive Versa is offered as a 4-door sedan or 5-door hatchback, with two different engines-designated 1.6 and 1.8, with 107-horsepower 1.6-liter and 122-hp 1.8 liter 4-cylinder engines. 1.6 models are only offered as sedans, while both body styles are offered in 1.8 form.

2010 Versa Interior

2010 Versa Interior

The 1.6 Base model is only offered with a 5-speed manual transmission, and the top-of-the-line 1.8 SL comes only with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), Most of the other models come with the choice of a 6-speed manual gearbox or conventional 4-speed automatic.

A MacPherson strut front suspension and torsion beam rear suspension, with stabilizer bars front and back, is tuned for a comfortable ride while also maintaining maneuverability. All Versas have a front disc, rear drum brake arrangement; anti-lock brakes are included with 1.8 models but optional on the 1.6. Hatchback models are a little more versatile, with seats that fold forward easily to expand cargo space; the back seats don’t fold in most Versas, but top SL sedans get a split-folding back seat and trunk pass-through.

With either engine, the Versa performs reasonably well; 1.6 models are considerably lighter, so they don’t feel any slower. The manual transmissions shift easily and smoothly, and as for automatics, shoppers should take both versions-the CVT along with the conventional 4-speed-out for a spin and decide which one they like best; the CVT allows faster acceleration and offers the best EPA ratings, at 28 mpg city, 34 highway, but invites more engine noise.

The 1.6 Base model is about as simple as new cars come today, with no power windows or locks, no air conditioning and no radio either. The upgraded standard 1.6 model adds air conditioning. Meanwhile 1.8 S models include a 4-speaker sound system, cargo area lamp and adjustable rear headrests. On 1.8 SL models, there’s a 180-watt sound system with iPod interface, cruise control, keyless entry, power locks and windows, larger alloy wheels and electronic stability control. All Versas get front side-impact airbags and full-length side-curtain bags. The Versa 1.8 can be equipped with a Bluetooth hands-free interface, XM Satellite Radio and the Intelligent Key entry and ignition system and a Navigation/Satellite package will add an in-dash navigation system with 5-inch screen, to arrive late in the model year.

The cheapest car in America: Nissan Versa 1.6

Nissan has introduced for the 2009 model year in NISSAN VERSA sedan form only, it uses a smaller, 1.6-liter engine gasoline engine. Base transmission is a five-speed manual; a four-speed automatic is optional. The Nissan Versa 1.6 can be distinguished from 1.8 models by its use of black trim (instead of body-colored) for the exterior mirror housings, the bar above the license plate, and the front grille. This model also has smaller 14-inch steel wheels. Standard equipment does not include a radio, but includes four speakers and their associated wiring, making the installation of an aftermarket receiver easier. The Versa 1.6 is offered only with a black interior. Safety features, however, are consistent with other Versa models.

The Versa 1.6 has six airbags, active front head restraints, and a tire pressure monitoring system. Air conditioning, AM/FM/CD audio system, power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, and keyless entry are offered as part of a value package. Anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution and brake assist are optional ($250) on top of the value package.

The Nissan Versa’s base price of US$9,990 made it the least expensive new car available in the United States.  The Versa 1.6’s $12,498 Canadian base price also undercut its competitors at launch. The new Nissan Versa Sedan 1.6 is another way in which Nissan is taking a leadership role in reassuming consumers that now is a great time to consider a new car.

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Nissan To Soon Offer No-Frills Versa For Less Than $10,000

Nissan will soon offer the base version of the Versa sedan for less than $10,000, and it will be the cheapest new car available in the United States. The Versa will not include air-conditioning or power windows, and will cost $9,900 or more than $1,000 less than the country’s current least expensive car.

 

The new Versa model will be available beginning Nov. 18, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times. The new Versa will have a 1.6-liter engine instead of the current 1.8-liter, and will get 34 mpg on the highway, compared to 33 mpg currently.

 

Nissan To Soon Offer No-Frills Versa For Less Than $10,000

Nissan will soon offer the base version of the Versa sedan for less than $10,000, and it will be the cheapest new car available in the United States. The Versa will not include air-conditioning or power windows, and will cost $9,900 or more than $1,000 less than the country’s current least expensive car.

 

The new Versa model will be available beginning Nov. 18, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times. The new Versa will have a 1.6-liter engine instead of the current 1.8-liter, and will get 34 mpg on the highway, compared to 33 mpg currently.

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