There are three trims on the Nissan Versa Sedan: The S, SV and SL. Each one has their own distinctive traits and benefits, while the higher up a person chooses the more options they will receive. The S is the base trim and rings in at under $11,000. It comes with the standard 1.6 liter 109 hp 4 cylinder engine and is simply a bare bones vehicle. Standard on the S trim is the five speed manual transmission, but the CVT is optional. It also includes 15 in steel wheels, air conditioning, height adjustable driver's seat, trop computer and a 2 speaker sound system with CD player. Buyers who add in the automatic transmission and S Cruise Control Package will receive 2 rear speakers, cruise control and a trunk light.
The Nissan Versa Sedan trim SV is a little more advanced than the base S and offers a few more standard features. This trim also comes with the 1.6 liter 109 hp 4 cylinder engine, but the CVT is standard on this trim. The SV also adds the cruise package as standard, full power accessories, keyless entry, upgraded upholstery and gauges. An SV convenience package will give buyers Bluetooth and iPod interface.
The SL is the most advanced trim of the Nissan Versa Sedan and features the most standard benefits. It comes with the same 1.6 Liter 109 hp 4 cylinder engine as the other models and the CVT that is standard on both the SV and SL. In addition to that and the other options that carry over to this trim, there are 15 inch alloy wheels, foglights, 60/40 split folding seats and the SV convenience package. Adding the SL Tech package will give buyers a navigation system and satellite radio.
All trims of the Nissan Versa Sedan include ample safety features. Standard on each trim are antilock brakes, brake assist, traction and stability control, front seat side airbags and side curtain airbags. The Versa sedan is a stylish and comfortable vehicle for the family that is inexpensive to purchase and own.