2015 Nissan Versa Sedan Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Nissan Versa Sedan Redesign. 2015 Nissan Versa Sedan is one brand new car from Nissan that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Nissan Versa Sedan.
Following the introduction of an all-new Versa Note hatchback for the 2014 model year, the Versa Sedan receives an extensive makeover for 2015 – including new front and rear fascias, a range of interior refinements, and new grade level and packaging content.The starting price of $11,990 is unchanged, despite adding a refreshed exterior and interior along with standard Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System.
“Versa Sedan is the entry point for the dynamic Nissan sedan lineup, attracting many first-time new car buyers to the brand,” said Pierre Loing, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc. “It’s critical that we keep Versa’s look and feel fresh and its value equation high, with a rewarding driving and ownership experience.”
Pricing has yet to be announced, but don’t expect big increases from the current model’s base price range of $12,800 to $17,700.
Other exterior design elements include a fixed roof antenna, available blacked-out B-pillars, chrome door handles and front fog lights. Smart aerodynamic engineering helps create a coefficient of drag is just 0.288 (Xtronic-equipped models), which aids in the Versa Sedan’s impressive real-world fuel economy.
The 2015 Versa Sedan is offered in two new exterior colors: Graphite Blue and Amethyst Gray – along with Metallic Blue, Super Black, Brilliant Silver, Red Brick, Fresh Powder and Titanium.
Most prominent of the changes to the 2015 Versa Sedan is the bold new front end treatment anchored by larger headlights, a more substantial looking fascia and standard chrome plating on the grille – all of which strengthen the family ties of the Versa Sedan with the Nissan stable mates – Sentra, Altima and Maxima.
The list of exterior upgrades also includes a new fog light finisher design, new side mirror designs for SV and SL trim levels (with integrated turn signals for SL), and a more dynamic rear fascia design. A new, Versa Sedan-exclusive 15-inch V-spoke aluminum-alloy wheel design is also available with SV models.
“While keeping Versa Sedan’s efficient dimensions and packaging intact, the enhancements to the exterior give it a stronger, more contemporary presence,” said Loing.
For 2015, Versa Sedan again offers five-passenger practicality with a high degree of comfort and refinement – the perfect combination for commuting on weekdays, running errands on weekends and transporting family and friends all week long.
Enhancements for the 2015 model year include a new center stack shape, which is similar to that found on the sporty Versa Note, a revised meter display with white LED display (previously orange illumination color) and a new, more substantial, steering wheel with standard audio and Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System controls. Versa Sedan S and S Plus grades feature a wide AM/FM/CD audio system with standard auxiliary-in and Radio Data System (RDS), standard assist grips, a passenger-side vanity mirror and new seat fabric.
Versa Sedan SV adds an outside temperature display, USB/iPod® controls, upgraded fabric headliner, map light with key-linked illuminated entry and silver finishers on the center instrument panel cluster. SL models include Nissan Intelligent Key® with Push Button Ignition and an AM/FM/CD/USB-iPod® audio system with 5.0-inch display and NissanConnectSM with Mobile Apps.
“Like the exterior changes, the interior refinements and new standard features such as Bluetooth® provide a more substantial, higher quality look and feel,” added Loing.
All 2015 Versa Sedans continue to provide a roomy interior volume of 90.2 cubic feet, with more rear legroom than many mid-size sedans. Trunk volume measures 14.9 cubic feet. The trunk design itself focuses on useable space, taking into consideration everything from the size of the hinges to the shape of the sidewalls. A 60/40-split fold-down rear seat is standard on SV and SL models for even greater cargo versatility. Two interior colors are available, Sandstone (SV and SL only) and Charcoal (all trim levels).
Other available interior features include trip computer with outside temperature display, power windows with driver’s one-touch down, speed-sensing auto door locks and remote trunk release lever. Also offered are SiriusXM Satellite Radio (SiriusXM subscription required, sold separately) and RearView Monitor.
The NissanConnectSM with Navigation and Mobile Apps system, which is offered as part of the SL Technology Package, includes a 5.8-inch color touch-screen display, Nissan Voice Recognition for audio and navigation, SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link (SiriusXM subscription required, sold separately). Available apps include Facebook, Pandora, iHeartRadio and Google® Search.
Buyers of the 2015 Versa can look forward to—if that’s the right phrase—the same grainy, unsatisfying 1.6-liter four from before. It puts out 109 horsepower and 107 lb-ft of torque, and strains against the pavement via a five-speed manual, a four-speed automatic (optional on base S models only), or a CVT automatic that’s standard on S Plus, SV, and SL models. The best performance-related thing we can say about the last Versa sedan we tested is that it made it to 60 mph in less than 10 seconds. Fuel economy is still a Versa strong suit, with EPA ratings of 31 mpg city and 40 mpg highway on CVT-equipped models. A big back seat is still part of the equation, and remains the car’s main boast-worthy feature.