2015 Nissan Versa Sedan Starts at $12,800: 2014 New York Auto Show | Edmunds

2015 Nissan Versa Sedan Starts at $12,800: 2014 New York Auto Show


Just the Facts:
  • The base 2015 Nissan Versa Sedan S subcompact starts at $12,800, reflecting no price increase over the 2014 Versa Sedan.
  • The base price refers to the 2015 Versa Sedan S subcompact with a five-speed manual transmission; the base 2015 Versa Sedan S with a four-speed automatic transmission starts at $14,300, reflecting a $500 price increase over the outgoing model.
  • The refreshed 2015 Versa Sedan will debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee The base 2015 Nissan Versa Sedan S starts at $12,800, including an $810 destination charge, reflecting no price increase over the 2014 Versa Sedan, Nissan announced on Friday.

 The refreshed 2015 Versa Sedan will debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show. It arrives at U.S. dealerships on April 16.

Nissan says it retains bragging rights with the "lowest starting MSRP in the United States."

The base price refers to the 2015 Versa Sedan S with a five-speed manual transmission; the base 2015 Versa Sedan S with a four-speed automatic transmission starts at $14,300, reflecting a $500 price increase over the outgoing model. The price includes shipping.

The top-of-the-line 2015 Nissan Versa 1.6 SL with a continuously variable transmission starts at $17,700, including shipping.

The base 2015 Versa Sedan lacks such features as power locks, windows and mirrors, cruise control and remote keyless entry.

Enhancements for the 2015 model year include new front and rear fascias, larger headlights and some interior improvements, including a "more substantial" steering wheel with standard audio and Bluetooth controls, Nissan said. A new 15-inch V-spoke aluminum-alloy wheel design is optional on SV models.

The Versa sedan is equipped with a 109-horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine.
Competitors to the Versa sedan include the Chevrolet Sonic, Ford Fiesta, Honda Fit and Hyundai Accent.

Pricing was announced this week on the 2015 Honda Fit. It starts at $16,315, including a $790 destination charge.

Edmunds says: First-time car buyers on a tight budget are sure to love the low starting price on the 2015 Versa Sedan. But prepare to pay more if you upgrade to the less Spartan versions.

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