For 2015, the Versa lineup gets Bluetooth connectivity and hands-free calling even in the base S trim, and the base audio system now has an auxiliary input.
The 2015 Nissan Versa offers an astonishingly complete feature set, for a vehicle that has a bottom-line price starting well under $13,000. Of course it's different than what you'll find in a mid-size sedan, but you get a lot for the money.
The feature list on base Nissan Versa S models includes air conditioning, but otherwise it's strictly the basics, with manual wind-up windows and no power mirrors. Mid-level Versa SV models are a significant step above that, adding Bluetooth, upgraded cloth seats with six-way adjustability for the driver, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
To the SV, you can add the Convenience Package, with its upgraded audio and 4.3-inch display, including SiriusXM Satellite Radio (SiriusXM subscription required, sold separately), USB input with iPod control, RearView Monitor, rear seat armrest with cupholders, and a Divide-N-Hide® Adjustable Floor that helps with cargo stowage.
At the SL level, you get Intelligent Key, an immobilizer system, sun-visor extensions, and a driver's seat armrest. And you can step up to the SL Package with things like fog lamps, heated seats, and a navigation system with NissanConnect (XM NavTraffic, app capability, and point-of-interest features) and a rearview monitor and Around View Monitor.
An SL Tech Package brings all of those upgrades, with a 5.8-inch color touch screen, voice recognition, points-of-interest via Google, Bluetooth streaming audio, a hands-free text-messaging assistant, and heated side mirrors.