The 2020 Versa has been redesigned to look more akin to an Altima and features advanced safety features like standard automatic emergency braking. However, with these changes comes a higher price tag that makes it no longer the cheapest new car in America. In addition, the Versa Note has been discontinued for this new model year.
The 2019 Versa is still in stock and represents an excellent value. The SV trim is generally the easiest to find in stock, but due to the attractive price point, any trim levels in stock tend to sell quickly. Note that the entry-level S trim is only available with manual transmission, so if you prefer an automatic, you’ll need to upgrade to the S Plus with CVT.
Current offers are regional (our examples are based on a Los Angeles location) and available through October 31, 2019.
Nissan is offering $500 bonus cash this month on 2019 models.
Dealers also have a $500 incentive to play with on price for either model year, but they’re not obligated to give it to you. You’ll need to negotiate to get that deal.
Note that these incentives cannot be combined with this month’s promotional APR rates.
For the 2019s, promotional rates start at 0% APR for 36 months, with zero down and no payments for 90 days.
No lease specials:
Promotional lease rates have yet to be introduced on this model, so if you're interested in going this route, it’s a good idea to understand your options before talking to a dealer.