Nissan introduces Verso GO, first of its kind in Mexico
Nissan has introduced the 2019 Versa GO in Mexico, the first passenger vehicle being offered in the country with special features aimed at supporting disabled drivers or those with limited mobility.
The Verso Go comes with two features, being Hand Control and Swivel Seat.
The former helps drivers with lower limb disability by way of a rotary knob on the steering wheel and a special lever which acts as a brake and throttle. The latter is a specil seat (pictured) which allows those with limited mobility to safely and comfortably get in and out of the vehicle.
The Verso Go is equipped with a 4-cylinder 1.6-liter engine putting out 106hp and it comes with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Hand Control model runs from 267,700-308,200 MXN (US$14,188-16,335) and the Swivel Seat model lists from 274,300-314,900 MXN (US$14,538-16,690)