2022 Nissan Versa Interior Review

The 2022 Nissan Versa’s interior is comfortable and laden with safety tech. It’s a great little car for those on a budget.
Written by Melanie Johnson
Reviewed by Brenna Swanston
The 2022
Nissan Versa
is a well-built, budget-friendly sedan with a comfortable interior loaded with safety features.
While the 2022 Nissan Versa won’t be winning any speed or power competitions, it’s a great car for those who prioritize safety and comfort. Its interior features cozy seats, plenty of legroom, and, perhaps most importantly, all of the latest safety technology—can you say lower
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rates? We can.
The 2022 Nissan Versa comes in three trim levels: S,
SV
, and
SR
, and is perfect for almost any budget. Let’s dig into what makes the small (but mighty!) Nissan Versa so special.
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2022 Nissan Versa interior

The 2022 Nissan Versa starts at $15,580, which isn’t the lowest base price in its class, but it’s pretty close. The SV trim starts at $18,390, and the top-tier trim, the SR, starts at $18,990.
You’d think an entry-level car like the Nissan Versa would have an entry-level-looking interior, but you’d be wrong. Sure, the Nissan Versa’s interior is made of a lot of hard plastics, but it features cozy seats, plenty of technology, and incredible value.
You get a lot for a little with the Nissan Versa. Let’s discuss how much.

Seating

The 2022 Nissan Versa seats up to five comfortably. All its seats are well-supported and roomy, though some rivals have roomier rear seats. Cloth upholstery comes standard with the option to upgrade to:
  • Superior cloth upholstery
  • Sport-stitched cloth with fabric inserts
Opting for the Convenience Package ($400) will get you heated front seats!
Interior dimensions
Total passenger volume
88.9 cubic feet
Front headroom
39.5 inches
Front leg room
44.5 inches
Front shoulder room
53.1 inches
Front hip room
50.9 inches
Rear headroom
36.3 inches
Rear legroom
31 inches
Rear shoulder room
53.6 inches
Rear hip room
50.1 inches
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Tech

Let’s start with the convenience features. Every 2022 Nissan Versa model comes with keyless entry, a 7-inch touchscreen display, three USB ports, Bluetooth, and voice-command capability. Only the S and SR trims have CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. 
You’ll also have to “splurge” on the splashy SR trim for:
  • 17-inch rims
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • LED headlights
  • Passive entry
  • Remote start. 
Opting for the Convenience Package (remember those heated seats?) will also get you cruise control.
How about safety tech? 
Every 2022 Nissan Versa is loaded with safety tech. Even the base model comes with:
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Lane departure warning
  • Front and rear collision mitigation 
  • Rear-view monitor backup camera
The S and SV models add:
  • Blind spot warning
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Rear child safety locks
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rated the 2022 Nissan Versa five out of five in overall crash tests.

Storage

The 2022 Nissan Versa has a 14.7- or 15-cubic-foot trunk, depending on the trim level. These numbers are good for a subcompact car. There are useful cubbies in its standard console and plenty of small storage areas throughout the cabin.
The only negative? In most Nissan Versa models, the trunk floor rests 5 inches below the rear folded seatbacks, making it tricky to transport long items. Hey, nobody’s perfect!

Style

Who says affordable can’t be, well, cute? 
The 2022 Nissan Versa is a thoughtfully-made subcompact car. While its interior isn’t “upscale”, it features quality materials (although some hard plastics) and soft-touch surfaces.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly car that doesn’t feel like an entry-level car—you’ll no doubt be pleased with the 2022 Nissan Versa!
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