The 2019 Nissan Versa sedan sells for under $13,500, offers a big back seat and trunk and gets great fuel economy. The base model is Spartan but gets the job done, plus it’s still as nice looking as rivals like the Toyota Yaris iA, Kia Rio or Hyundai Accent, all of which cost significantly more than the base Versa.
New Features and Revisions
Midway through 2018, the Sentra received additional upgrades in the form of a standard rearview monitor, 7-inch color touch screen, Bluetooth, Siri and iPod connectivity. For 2019, a revised SV Special Edition package gains Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.