The N17 Nissan Versa sedan might be decent value, but holy deities it’s still several layers of ugly out. Surely a nice second hand car would be better?
There’s a new SV Special Edition pack which bundles together some popular options for only US$500 more than the regular SV.
All grades of the Nissan Versa are powered by a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine with 109hp (81kW) at 6,000rpm, and 107 lb-ft (145Nm) at 4,400rpm.
For the 2017 model year, the Versa sedan gains a center console with glossy piano black console lid, relocated USB and auxiliary ports, new cupholder designs, and a secondary 12V outlet.
If there’s one upside to the tacked on box of a trunk is that it can store 14.9 cubic feet (422L) worth of gear.
Nissan Versa S sedan (US$11,990):
- 5-speed manual; CVT is US$2,000 extra
- AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary in
- Passenger vanity mirror
- 15-inch steel wheels with 185/65 all season tires
Nissan Versa SV sedan (US$15,580):
As with S sedan, but adds:
- Outside temperature display
- USB controls
- Printed headliner
- Map lights
- Silver interior highlights
- 60/40 split fold rear seat
Nissan Versa SV Special Edition sedan (US$15,080):
As with SV sedan, but adds:
- 15-inch alloys
- Fog lights
- Leather steering wheel
- 5-inch infotainment screen
- SiriusXM satellite radio
- Reversing camera
Nissan Versa SL sedan (US$17,140):
As with SV Special Edition sedan, but adds:
- Proximity entry key, push button start
- 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with AM/FM/CD/USB
- 16-inch alloy wheels 195/55 all season tires