Midway through the 2018 model year, Nissan updated the Versa Sedan, the cheapest sedan money can buy in the U.S., to include a new 7-inch infotainment screen, streaming audio with Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, and more. Now, the 2019 Versa Sedan is around the corner with a few more upgrades.
The key updates to the 2019 Nissan Versa Sedan are to its SV Special Edition package. It will come with all the same upgrades as the 2018.5 model’s SV Special Edition Package, including 15-inch aluminum wheels, fog lights with chrome fascia accents, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a “Special Edition” emblem, but it gains a handful of extra features in 2019. These include a piano black console lid, Nissan Intelligent Key with push-button start, Nissan Vehicle Immobilizer System, Easy Fill Tire Alert, and NissanConnect with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Everything else remains mostly the same on the 2019 Versa Sedan, including its 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 109 horsepower and its continuously variable transmission.
The 2019 Versa Sedan 1.6 S will start from $12,360 and rise to $15,990 for the 1.6 SV trim. The SV Special Edition Package will add $800 to the range-topping price, bringing its MSRP to $16,760.