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You checked how much play the pads had up and down? Cheap pads sometimes aren't exactly the same as OEM so they cause a clunk because of the amount of play between sliders and pad.

This is when moving right? Those mounts are done... the Versa's mounts are excessively soft even when new, but that's way too much play. It's probably caused by the upper torque mount, check for cracked rubber. Same with lower torque mount, check for signs of chafed/torn up rubber and check surrounding area for places the motor has been hitting. Where does it sound like it's coming from in the cabin, and is it a dead clunk or a high pitched clunk? Does it sound like it's coming from the tunnel, can you feel it through shifter?
 

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That's true, there are two crossmembers that give the tunnel torsional strength, the clearance is not much between them. That amount of movement would touch the rear crossmember.
 
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