Nissan Tiida/Versa replacement spied for the first time

The Nissan Tiida (also known as Versa) has been on the market since 2004. In 2007 the Tiida arrived in Europe, but never officially in UK. Some cars destined for Ireland, were sold in the UK by Arnold Clark dealerships as grey imports since March 2009.

The Tiida has not been very successful in Europe and a successor will arrive soon as you can see from our latest spy shots.

Caught testing with a camouflaged front and rear, the replacement for the Nissan Tiida will go against the likes of VW Golf and new Mazda3.

We are quite sure the successor will get a new name, as it would be much easier to launch a product with a brand new name, than try to launch a new generation model of a car that was not very popular.

This new C-segment hatchback is expected to go on sale in early 2014.


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