2012 Nissan Versa Sets Sales Records for 2011
Joining a large number of models in the Nissan family, the Nissan Versa established new sales records in 2011 and has no intention on stopping now. Featuring a wide variety of upgrades from the previous models, the 2012 Nissan Versa has steadily grown to become one of the most sought after sub-compacts on the market. But don’t take my word for it; here are some stone cold facts that support Nissan Versa’s rise.
For the month of December 2011, there were 9,939 Nissan Versa’s sold in the United States almost doubling the closest competitor. The number of cars sold was good enough for a 24.2 percent share of the market. Here is a full description of the December 2011 sub-compact figures:
Nissan Versa 9,939 sold 24.2%
Chevy Sonic 5,743 sold 14.0%
Hyundai Accent 5,316 sold 12.9%
Honda Fit 5,138 sold 12.5%
Toyota Yaris 4,514 sold 11.0%
Ford Fiesta 3,673 sold 8.9%
Fiat 500 2,325 sold 2.7%
On a grander scale, Nissan Versa set an all-time annual sales record of 99,730 in 2011. In general terms, there was close to 10,000 Nissan Versa’s sold in December and 100,000 sold in 2011. These astounding figures might make you think, “How did they do it?” The features speak for themselves.
The Nissan Versa proudly offers the most headroom, legroom, and trunk space in its class. An improvement in the dual injector system also allows fuel to burn cleaner and need less fuel than a conventional injector system. And Nissan’s exclusive Xtronic CVT™ transmission provides a continuous change of the gear ratio using hydraulic pressure and linking the two pulleys with a metallic belt.
If you haven’t seen the 2012 Nissan Versa for yourself, you need to stop by your local Nissan dealership and experience it in person. The Nissan Versa is the real deal, and as the old saying goes, “Numbers don’t lie!”