Nissan Prices 2012 Versa Sedan Trims, Versa 1.6 S Starts at $11,750
Nissan has released more pricing information on its 2012 Versa sedan, one of the lowest priced vehicles sold in the U.S. today. Pricing on the base 2012 Nissan Versa sedan starts at $11,750 including the destination charge. Notable standard features in the 1.6 S model include five-speed manual transmission, air conditioning, six-way driver's seat, and a sound system with an AM/FM radio, CD-player, and auxiliary input. The Versa 1.6 S CVT, which starts at $13,520, swaps the manual for a CVT. Both models cost less than the least expensive trims of the Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Sonic sedan. The Versa 1.6 SV adds features like cruise control, chrome grille accents, and powered side mirrors and windows as standard. Pricing starts at $15,320. The top-of-the-line Versa 1.6 SL makes standard additional features like 15-inch alloy wheels, 60/40-split fold-down rear seat, fog lamps, variable wipers, Bluetooth, and USB/iPod connectivity. Pricing starts at $16,320. Three optional packages are available this year. The base Versa 1.6 S equipped with CVT offers a Cruise Control Package ($350) while Versa 1.6 SV gets a $350 package that includes Bluetooth, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, upgraded audio, iPod control, map light, and front passenger vanity mirror. Finally, the SL Tech Package ($700) for the Versa 1.6 SL adds satellite radio and a navigation system with traffic information. Other optional features include splash guards, chrome trunk accent, auto-dim rearview mirror, and fog lights. Available for 1.6 SV model only). The 2012 Nissan Versa sedan is built in Cuernavaca, Mexico, and is scheduled to hit the dealerships next month. The Versa hatchback returns for 2012 with only minor changes. Source: Nissan
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