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This is 2013 Nissan Versa SV with only 79,000 miles. It has had over $5,800 worth of maintenance and repairs including a brand new factory Nissan transmission, brand new set of tires, brand new radiator and condenser, new brakes front and rear, new front wheel bearings, new spark plugs, new fluids and filters and much more.

This is the loaded SV model with power windows and locks, cruise control, tilt steering, remote keyless entry, upgraded cloth seats plus it’s well equipped with factory navigation with back-up camera and satellite radio, rear spoiler, fog lights, etc.

Priced at $6.995 and I have 175 pictures and a detailed description in my Ebay listing at: 2013 Nissan Versa SV with FREE DELIVERY! | eBay
 

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Already having to change trans screams it's the CVT. Car is overpriced and somebody paid for a lot of stuff that likely didn't need changing yet.

If again the CVT then trans will be lucky to get another year before that one breaks too, all Nissan CVT trans are rebuilt not new. Many show trouble again in a few months.
 

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People around here want $5000 for 120,000 mile beat up examples needing another $2-3K to make them reliable. I have it listed well under book value and it needs nothing.
 

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I note you don't mention the trans type again, the killer there..........it may need nothing NOW but being CVT that can change overnight. Why one pays bottom dollar, a car is only so good as its' weakest part.
 

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Says, "The engine is mated to a redesigned Xtronic CVT™ (Continuously Variable Transmission)" right in the description.
 

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Provided one takes the time to go there of course...........nothing here about it. Book value goes out the window when it comes to Nissan CVT.
 
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