This is one of the cheapest sedans on the US market, and this inexpensive model also comes with a new optional pack as well as updated interior.
The Japanese automaker has decided to secure the $12, 825 (after $835 for destination) base prices for the Nissan Versa Sedan in 2017 model year trim in the United States – costing exactly the same as last year. The new model year in turn comes with incremental upgrades such as an improved interior and a new optional package to combine several popular choices. The newest Versa is exactly the same in terms of interior design, but where it matters the most – inside, there are new things: relocated USB ports, a new 12-volt outlet and redesigned cup holder. The entry price is for the 1.6 S with a five-speed manual gearbox, but Nissan has eliminated the auto option for the trim. The next high level is the S Plus with a CVT, costing $14,825 – which is less than $14,875 for the 2016 model.
The SV and SL levels also have the same price list – $16,415 and $17,975, respectively – as for the 2016 model year. There’s a new $500 SV Special Edition Package, introducing a leather-wrapped steering wheel, five-inch infotainment system with Bluetooth support, and rearview camera. The exterior gets 15-inch aluminum wheels and foglights when selecting the option. There’s just one engine available – 1.6-liter four-cylinder with 109 horsepower (81.3 kilowatts). Combined with the CVT, it gets 31 miles per gallon city, 39 mpg highway, and 34 mpg combined.