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2011 Nissan Versa Still Priced Under $10,000

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Beginning with the Versas produced this month, all trims, including the bargain-basement 1.6 Base sedan, will now come standard with power windows and locks. Even with this addition, the base model will still start at $9,990 without a destination fee.

Antilock brakes are a $250 option for that trim. Electronic stability control remains a $370 option on the 1.8 S; it’s standard on the 1.8 SL. The 1.8 S sedan gets a new six-disc CD changer standard. Does anyone want CD changers anymore?

Due to the content switch, Nissan has renamed the Power Plus Package to simply the Plus Package. That option adds cruise control and remote keyless entry for $500 on the 1.8 S.

To learn more about the 2011 Nissan Versa, go here. For additional pricing information, continue reading below.

Sedan pricing (Previous 2011 pricing)

  • Versa 1.6 Base: $9,990 ($9,990) 
  • Versa 1.6: $11,260 ($11,240) 
  • Versa 1.8 S: $13,940 ($12,240) ($13,570)  
  • Versa 1.8 SL (standard automatic transmission): $16,490 ($16,470) 

Hatchback pricing (Previous 2011 pricing)

  • Versa 1.8 S: $13,890 ($13,520)  
  • Versa 1.8 SL (standard automatic transmission): $16,920 ($16,900) 

Options (Previous 2011 pricing)

  • Automatic transmission: $1,000 ($1,000) 
  • Convenience Package (1.8 SL sedan): $650 ($650)  
  • Plus Package (1.8 S sedan/hatch): $500 (N/A)  
  • Power moonroof (1.8 SL hatch): $600 ($600)  
  • Navigation (1.8 SL sedan/hatch): $610 ($610)  
  • Electronic stability control (1.8 S sedan/hatch): $370 ($370)  
  • Antilock brakes (1.6 base sedan): $250 ($250)  
  • Premium Package (1.8 SL hatch): $980 ($980) 

Destination fee: $750 ($750)

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