Mildly updated Versa debuts for 2019 with the same low price.
Nissan has just announced that the 2019 Versa Sedan is now available for a scant $12,360 from dealerships across the United States. The Japanese manufacturer introduced a series of updates during the middle of this year and has decided to expand the offerings into a full-blown update for the 2019 model year.
Mid-year upgrades included the addition of a standard RearView Monitor along with an upgraded audio system which includes a 7.0-inch color touchscreen and audio streaming via Bluetooth, USB connection, or the Aux-in port.
The upgrades in question for 2019 pertain to the SV Special Edition package which tacks a further $800 on top of the price for the Versa S. This year, it brings new 15-inch aluminum wheels, fog lights, chrome accents on the front fascia, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, along with a Piano Black console lid, and Special Edition emblem.
On the technology front you get Nissan's Intelligent Key with Push Button Start, Nissan Vehicle Immobilizer System, Easy Fill Tire Alert, and NissanConnect SM completed with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
All 2019 Versa Sedan models are motivated by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine which metes out a staunch 109 hp. The base S model starts at $12,360 when equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, and upgrading to the available S Plus with an Xtronic transmission will set you back $14,500. A top-of-the-line Versa SV with Xtronic begins at $15,990, excluding destination.