The Nissan Versa is a compact car replacing the Pulsar. It’s known as the Tilda in Japan and The Dodge Trazo in America. The first generation was introduced to America in 2004 and made through 2010. Second generation models were introduced in 2011. Nissan uses a variety of small economical engines.
All of the engines are inline 4 cylinders, three gasoline engines and one diesel option are available, depending on the country of origin. My assumption is you are reading this because you interested in a replacement engine, NissanEnginesForSale.com has Nissan Versa Engines on Sale Everyday at low prices. 877-630-3873.
The Versa is a front wheel drive car. It’s important to note this because any old engine won’t fit in a FWD car. It has to be for a FWD vehicle only. For those who want an explanation, in a car of this nature, the engine and transmission are bolted together and mounted sideways under the hood.
|1.8 L I4 gasoline
1.6 L I4 gasoline
1.5 L I4 gasoline
1.5 L I4 diesel
One of the reasons for writing this article is to de-confuse you regarding the variations in model names and countries this car was offered in. The car came equipped with different engine combinations in different geographic areas with different emission laws. Why so many names were used is the confusing part.
See chart below:
Nissan Versa [United States & Canada]
Nissan Latio [Singapore, Indonesia & Malaysia]
Nissan Tiida Latio [Japan]
For those needing a replacement engine we offer several variants to meet the demands of every qualified buyer. Allow me to list each variant.
1. Rebuilt Engines: Rebuilt engines and Remanufactured engines should have the end result. A highly reliable engine that has been rebuilt using premium parts and viable, effective updates. Don’t let someone force you to think a remanufactured engine should cost more because the word is more complicated.
2. As a Japanese car, it has the distinction of being able to use JDM engines. Briefly, JDM is an acronym for Japanese domestic Market. Call one of our experts to explain this option in full detail. That is why we have live experts waiting to answer your questions. 877-630-3873.
3. Good Used Engines that have been fully checked and operated in the donor car to make sure it’s sound and does not leak oil.
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