At a Glance
|Pricing||$11,990 - $17,140|
|Fuel Economy||27-31 (city), 36-39 (highway)|
The Versa is Nissan's smallest car and least expensive model. Redesigned for 2012, the second generation model uses advanced powertrain technologies to turn in a respectable EPA rating of 31/40 (city / highway) on most models. Roughly the same size as the Hyundai Accent, the Versa has more legroom and cargo volume than other vehicles in its class. Touting a low starting price of under $12,000 the base model forgoes some common equipment, but a Versa with a reasonable amount of equipment can still be had for around $17,000.
As the best-selling vehicle for four years in a row*** in the highly competitive sub-compact segment, the Nissan Versa Sedan could rest on its reputation for value, roominess and mid-size vehicle technology without a mid-size price. Yet the quest for constant improvement continues. Following the introduction of an all-new Versa Note hatchback for the 2014 model year, the Versa Sedan receives an extensive makeover for 2015 - including new front and rear fascias, a range of...Read.
|Versa sedan 1.6 S||1||1.6l I4 (109-bhp)||M5||FWD||27/36/31||35||$11,990|
|Versa sedan 1.6 S Plus||1||1.6l I4 (109-bhp)||CVT||FWD||31/39/35||33||$13,990|
|Versa sedan 1.6 SV||1||1.6l I4 (109-bhp)||CVT||FWD||31/39/35||33||$15,580|
|Versa sedan 1.6 SL||1||1.6l I4 (109-bhp)||CVT||FWD||31/39/35||33||$17,140|