Japanese manufacturer Nissan continues presenting its 2013 achievements. Now they have stopped at a new model year sedan which was launched in the U.S. market last year. We are talking about the Versa sedan. Apparently, for 2013, the Japanese carmaker has increased prices for all trim grades. The basic version of the Versa, the S, comes equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission to transfer the output to the wheels. The starting price was established at $11.990, a price which does not include the $790 destination charge. Despite the price increase, according to the Japanese carmaker, the new Nissan Versa continues to have the lowest starting Retail Price Suggested by the Manufacturer, at least on the North American market.
You should know that the sedan range has been expanded with the addition of a new 1.6-liter S AT model that uses a 4-speed automatic transmission. This has a fuel consumption of 26 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway; on a combine cycle, the fuel consumption reaches 30 mpg. Nissan also offers a new trim grade called S Plus for the new Versa. This particular one is offered with the Xtronic CVT and also features a lot of other new elements. For example, it comes with cruise control, two additional rear speakers over the base model and silver steering wheel accents. Just so there is no doubt, all 2013 Nissan Versa sedan vehicles equipped with the Xtronic CVT gearbox are now capable of offering a fuel economy of 40 mpg on the highway. How is this possible? Well, the engineers have offered new low-rolling resistance tires, an air intake guide, rear wheel and underbody air deflectors and also a rear spoiler. Under the hood, all will have a 1.6-liter HR16DE 4-cylinder gasoline engine capable of generating 106 horsepower and 107 lb. ft. of torque.
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