Arriving in dealers now, the 2017 Nissan Versa Sedan receives minor interior enhancements for the new year but maintains its 2016 pricing. Anchoring the lineup is the Versa S Sedan with 5-speed manual transmission that carries on at $12,825 – although Nissan has dropped the formerly optional 4-speed automatic on this entry-spec variant. Next up is the Versa S Plus Sedan Xtronic CVT that now begins at $14,825, which is a $50 decrease from 2016, while the Versa SV Sedan Xtronic and range-topping SL Xtronic retain their respective $16,415 and $17,975 numbers.

Also: Class of 2017 – New Cars Ready to Roll

Nissan’s popular subcompact line expands for 2017 with a new SV Special Edition Package that costs $500 but adds 15-inch alloy wheels and fog lights along with a host of comfort/convenience touches including a leather-wrapped steering wheel, 5.0-inch color display audio, SiriusXM Satellite Radio (subscription sold separately), Bluetooth streaming audio, Hands-free Text Messaging Assistant, RearView Monitor and more.

Also: Kelley Blue Book Best Buy Awards of 2016

While the 2017 Sentra Sedans continue to be fitted with a 1.6-liter/109-horsewpower 4-cylinder engine driving the front wheels, Nissan has made a few modest changes to the spacious cabin. The center console has been revised and features repositioned USB/AUX ports, a second 12V powerpoint and more accommodating cupholders.     

More Subcompact Cars…

2017 Audi A3 lineup updated

2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Sedan arrives

2016 Chevrolet Spark gets a major remake


 

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