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2012 versa sedan with CVT?

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I dont expect the versa to pass corvettes but I was wondering if the 2012sedan can get up to speed on the freeways ok.

I don't want to open up a brand new car on a test drive especailly if I am not sure I am buying it.

Thanks
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HI

I dont expect the versa to pass corvettes but I was wondering if the 2012sedan can get up to speed on the freeways ok.

I don't want to open up a brand new car on a test drive especailly if I am not sure I am buying it.

Thanks
The HR16de engine is strong and freeway worthy. The ride quality is questionable because of the tall chassis design. You should take it out on a windy day and see if you can deal with the wind issues.
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I have the same issue with my HB, on windy days as they get here Chicago I feel like it's gonna trow me across the four lanes one of these days.

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As long as the engine is warm, open er up! Welcome

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I have the sedan with the CVT and just went from Montreal to Toronto (About 350 miles.) The Versa with the CVT rocks. Lots of power and I got 52 mpg. Wow!

Brand new 2012 Versa SV Sedan (Titanium) with all the trimmings! Love it.
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