Automobiles built for the U.S. market must meet more stringent safety standards than cars built for sale in Mexico. This crash video of the lowest cost Nissan car available in the The U.S, versus the lowest cost Nissan car sold in Mexico, graphically illustrates the effects of those differing standards. The silver Versa is the car built for the American market. Of course, Americans pay for that extra safety in the price of the vehicle, which means that Americans with lower incomes must make trade-offs. They may be forced to give up other goods, or buy older cars or do without an automobile altogether.