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Voice command only controls the phone system.CNET »
There's no fanciness to the new Versa, but for the money, Nissan delivers value.Popular Mechanics »
After adding a navigation and satellite radio package to the highest SL trim level, the Versa tops out at $17,020.AutoWeek »
the poor little SV needs an option package just to get a Bluetooth phone system and iPod integrationCNET »
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Voice command only controls the phone system.
There's no fanciness to the new Versa, but for the money, Nissan delivers value.
After adding a navigation and satellite radio package to the highest SL trim level, the Versa tops out at $17,020.
the poor little SV needs an option package just to get a Bluetooth phone system and iPod integration
With the Versa's base price of just $11,750, bargain is the operative word. The Versa Sedan is a bargain, and the most affordable model in the U.S. market, but it also can feel a little bagain-basement in its most affordable forms.
Base S models come with manual wind-up windows, no power mirrors, and strictly the basics, but air conditioning is now included in all trims.
Versa SV models have a much better feature set; they get cruise control; power windows and locks; keyless entry; chromed door handles; plus numerous trim and visual upgrades. Top SL models get the split-folding back seat, plus alloy wheels, Bluetooth, and fog lamps.
Top options, all in simplified packages, include Bluetooth, XM Satellite Radio, a navigation system with XM NavTraffic, and USB/iPod controls. Fully loaded, a Versa SL costs about $18k.
Bargain is the operative word here; for $11,750 you get only basic equipment, but if you spend thousands more you'll get a well-equipped car.