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About Nissan Versa
As the least expensive car in America, Nissan’s compact Versa sedan for 2016 might seem a gimmick designed to lure customers to showrooms. But in truth, the base Versa S is pretty nicely equipped with features like air conditioning, a 4-speaker stereo and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition to being inexpensive to own and operate, the Versa sedan offers excellent fuel economy and a truly spacious back seat. Higher-trim versions build off the $12,815 base price, but even fully equipped a Versa barely breaks the $18,000 mark. The Ford Fiesta and Chevy Sonic offer more spirited driving dynamics, while the Kia Rio has a better warranty and a sleeker appearance, but none can come close to the Versa sedan’s base price.