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2017 Nissan Versa Sedan: Same price, new model added

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.     

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