Tl* the contact owned a 2006 (n/a) nissan versa. the contact stated that while driving at 55 mph, the contact was involved in a three vehicle crash. the air bag on the driver side did not deploy. the contact suffered glass particles entering the finger, which required medical attention. in addition, four passengers sustained unknown injuries and the driver in the other vehicle sustained fatal injuries. a police report was filed. the vehicle was destroyed. the manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. the failure mileage was unknown. *dsy see also odi 10809473.
Tl* the contact owned a 2012 nissan versa. while driving approximately 40 mph, another vehicle rear ended the contact's vehicle. the contact's vehicle went airborne and flipped over three times. none of the air bags deployed. the contact mentioned that all four occupants sustained injuries, two of which required medical attention for injuries to the head and neck. a police report was filed. the manufacturer was notified of the failure. the vehicle was destroyed. the approximate failure mileage was 37,000.
Vehicle was traveling straight on highway when on coming vehicle drifted into our lane. head on collision ensued. rear passenger seat belt anchor broke during accident releasing the belted passenger who suffered blunt trauma and was killed. the accident was at under 45 speeds and the front passenger and driver of the oncoming toyota camery survived with no life threatening conditions.
Overall the worst problem with Nissan Versa relates to AIR BAGS problems. Browse the categories below to learn about the specific Versa years that are prone to issues with these components.