2012 Nissan Versa Hatchback Gets Various Equipment Updates
Perhaps one of the ugliest cars available on the market, the hatchback version of the Nissan Versa has received a mild update for the 2012MY. The one being sold in the United States has the first generation design while certain markets already got the 2nd gen model.
The most important modification can be found on the SL model which now gets the Premium Package goodies as standard, along with four new packages for the S trim level: 15-inch Aluminum-Alloy Wheel Package, Convenience Package, Nissan Navigation Package as well as a “Special Edition” Package that combines all of the three other packages which results in total savings of $900.
While the VDC – Vehicle Dynamic Control was available only on the previous SL model, for the 2012MY it is going to be offered as standard on all the trim levels of the Versa hatchback.
There is only one engine available for the car, an average 1.8-liter unit that produces 122 hp. In the S trim level this engine can be mated to either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 4-speed automatic transmission, while the more expensive SL model gets the Xtronic CVT gearbox.
The 2012MY Nissan Versa 1.8 S 6MT hatchback will set you back at least $15,140, including the $760 destination & handling fees. If you opt for the 1.8 S 4AT model, prepare to pay from $16,140 while the 1.8 SL CVT can be yours if you are willing to pay $19,150.
Source: Nissan via Carscoop
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