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.