It is based on a stretched-wheelbase variant of the , and was manufactured as a five-door and a four-door. The engine range included 1. The Tiida hatchback and the Tiida Latio sedan debuted in 2004 in Japan, and in select European countries in 2007. The base transmission is a five-speed manual; a four-speed automatic is optional. The hatchback was available in a sole 1.
Safety features include six airbags, active front head restraints, and a tire pressure monitoring system. The Nissan Tiida 15S belongs to the C11 model family from Nissan. New for 2011 There are no significant changes. The Versa outshines its competitors when it comes to interior space, and when it was new, car reviewers said both the front and rear seats were particularly roomy compared with other small cars. Archived from on 23 March 2015. Production of both for that market stopped in mid-2011.
The Tiida 15S is a front wheel drive hatchback automobile with a front mounted engine, from Nissan. Build quality is almost as good in the strictly controlled Thai factory from the Japanese one. The large windshield and side windows — particularly on the hatchback — increase visibility. Australia In Australia, the Tiida name was dropped in favour of a return to using , which was a very popular nameplate up to 2005. The Thai manufactured versions even share the Sylphy B17's interior; the original Chinese and Taiwanese models feature a distinctive design. Other engines will be announced closer to the release date. Quoted kerb weight is 1120 kg.
Show full review Vehicle Overview Nissan introduced the Versa to the U. It is a concept hatchback based on the same platform of the. The front seats are almost as large as those of a six-cylinder car, thanks partly to an ingenious design that sees the adjustment levers being placed in the frequently-wasted space between the two seats. The C11 Tiida sedan was instead replaced by the N17 and. In March 2010 the Nissan Tiida got a comprehensive facelift that saw the front of the car being extended and reshaped.
The shift is surprising noisy and gives a real clunk-clunk sound with every gearchange. Hatchbacks come only with the 1. Europe In 2007, the first European countries began receiving imports of the Tiida. The C12 Tiida is in fact heavily related to the Sylphy B17—both base their construction on the and share substantial mechanicals. The new front grille features the updated Nissan V motion styling and the rear bumper was designed to mimic those on the C13 Tiida.
The Versa is powered by a 1. The facelift replaces the front and rear light units with redesigned set up and light strips, front and rear bumpers, and the front grille. North and Latin American models of the Tiida use a 1. The C11 was also replaced by the subcompact hatchback, and on the sedan fronts, by the subcompact and the compact. Powertrains also remain common between C12 and B17 models. North America The Versa was introduced in the United States and Canada in July 2006 as a 2007 model.
Test drivers said the Versa has good acceleration for a basic, budget-friendly car. Nissan Tiidas are popular as family cars so look for a damaged interior created by bored kids. New for 2011 There are no significant changes. The 'Tuned By Impul' edition featured a bodykit, sports suspension, different exhaust system and different alloy wheels. Some were whereas some were airport police cars. Power comes from a new design of 1. In January 2008, Nissan introduced facelifted versions of both the hatchback and the sedan.
The vehicle was unveiled in 2003 Tokyo Motor Show. Power is produced by a double overhead camshaft, 1. There's as much, if not more, legroom in the rear as you will get in most large family cars. Several times during its five years the new car price was dropped to try and improve sales. Premium features included push start ignition, keyless entry, dusk sensing headlights, dual climate control and satellite navigation. In April 2008, a limited 'Tuned By Impul' edition was available for both variants. .