- Most significant changes: Suspension and steering changes
- Price change: None
- On sale: Now
- Which should you buy, 2013 or 2014? 2014
Nissan can still claim it sells the least expensive new car in the U.S. because it didn't change the price on any of the 2014 Versa trim levels. The Versa is a sedan-only model. A new Versa Note hatchback goes on sale this summer.
The sedan still starts at $12,780, including $790 in destination charges, for the base S model with a five-speed manual transmission.
You don't get much with the base model, though. It has 15-inch steel wheels and a two-speaker stereo with a CD player and auxiliary inputs. There are no power windows or locks and no cruise control. For those items you need to move up to the S Plus trim with a standard continuously variable automatic transmission at $14,580, including destination.