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    Automotive Editor - October 9, 2018

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    30 City / 38 Highway

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    2019 Nissan Versa OVERVIEW

    Nissan continues to impress with their Versa subcompact sedan. Starting at $13,255, this affordable four-door subcompact is roomy, comfortable, and larger than many of its rivals. The 2019 Nissan Versa is offered to consumers in three trim levels, is fuel efficient, and impressively well equipped (even in base configuration) for its class. It’s still considered the lowest priced new car in the US, but the Versa delivers exceptional value for owners looking for a reliable daily-driver.

    What's New for 2019

    The Nissan Versa Sedan received a fresh upgrade in mid-2018, which added a standard rearview camera, and an improved seven-inch infotainment display screen with Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, and USB connectivity.

    Choosing Your Nissan Versa

    The 2019 Nissan Versa arrives at dealerships in three available trims: the base S, S Plus, and SV. While it’s marketed as a five-passenger sedan, it would be more accurate to state that only four would fit comfortably. The Versa features 37 inches of leg room and 14.9-cubic feet of cargo space, which expands when you fold down the 60/40-split folding rear seats (available with the SV). The Nissan Versa is also available as a five-door hatchback called the Versa Note, but we cover that model separately.

    Each Versa receives its power via a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 109 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque. The S has a five-speed manual transmission as standard, while the other models get a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The Versa returns an EPA-estimated 27 miles per gallon city, 36 mpg highway, and 30 combined with the manual transmission, or 31/39/34 mpg (city/highway/combined) with the CVT.


    The base 2019 Nissan Versa is the S, which is a rather bare-bones edition that starts at $13,255 (all prices include an $895 destination charge). The S is only offered with a five-speed manual transmission, so if you’re looking for an automatic, the S Plus is your starting point. The S does come with a seven-inch infotainment display screen that features USB connection, Bluetooth connectivity, a rearview camera, and AM/FM stereo. The S also features air conditioning, 15-inch steel wheels with covers, and LATCH system tethers for child seats in the rear. There are no packages available.

    S Plus

    With a starting price of $15,395, the S Plus is a slightly enhanced version of the base. The S Plus swaps the five-speed manual with an automatic CVT, which also improves fuel economy. The S Plus receives integrated LED rear lights, a rear spoiler, cruise control, and chrome accents on the grill and headlights. Essentially, the added cost is for the CVT convenience and minor exterior additions. There are no packages available here, either.


    Near the top of the Versa range is the SV, which begins at $16,885. This is where the fun begins with this subcompact sedan. For the extra cheddar, consumers receive keyless entry, the 60/40-split rear fold-down seating, power door locks and windows, upgraded cloth seating, and electro-luminescent gauges with a service interval reminder system. Inside, you’ll discover a six-way manually-adjustable driver seat and armrest, silver accents on the vent rings, dash, and shift knob, black trim, and a speed-sensitive volume control system. The SV Special Edition Package ($800) adds unique 15-inch wheels, fog lights, push button start, a tire pressure monitoring system, NissanConnect, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, Nissan's Vehicle Immobilizer System, and a three-month satellite radio subscription.

    Nissan does market an SV Special Edition as a standalone, but this is simply the SV with the Special Edition Package equipment as standard for the same price. The SV Special Edition does offer consumers two special exterior color options: Cayenne Red Metallic and Deep Blue Pearl.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The 2019 Nissan Versa is an exceptional daily-driver, especially for those looking to drive for Lyft, Uber, or other ride-sharing or local delivery companies. For the money, the SV is probably the best buy, offering consumers power locks and windows, air conditioning, and the 60/40-split rear seating, which significantly improves the storage room.

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