Nissan revealed the pricing details of the new modelyear Versa sedan for the American market, and even though the car comes with host of upgrades over the previous model, it costs exactly the same as before. Starting at $11,990, the Versa has the lowest MSRP for a new car in all of the land.
All 2014 Versa Sedans are powered by a 1.6-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with dual injector system and twin Continuously Variable Timing Control (CVTC). It is rated at 109 horsepower and 107 lb-ft of torque. You can also get it with an automatic or a manual, but the CVT ‘box delivers the best fuel economy: 40 miles per gallon highway, 31 mpg city and 35 mpg combined.
As for the features, while you don’t get much with the basic S trim, the higher spec models are actually very well-equipped. You get standard 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, tri-cot headliner, 4.3-inch display audio and SiriusXM Satellite Radio (SiriusXM subscription required, sold separately) for Versa Sedan SL models; standard 60/40-split fold-down rear seat and key fob trunk release for Versa Sedan SV models; and tachometer and low rolling resistance tires for Versa Sedan S models. The optional SV Convenience Package and SL Tech Package also feature upgraded content, including NissanConnectSM with Navigation system with the SL Tech Package.
2014 Nissan Versa Sedan MSRP:
|Versa Sedan S 5MT||$11,990 USD|
|Versa Sedan S 4AT||$12,990 USD|
|Versa Sedan S Plus CVT||$13,790 USD|
|Versa Sedan SV CVT||$15,240 USD|
|Versa Sedan SL CVT||$16,890 USD|
Destination and handling $790