The Nissan Versa is a small compact car first released in the United States in 2006 for the 2007 model year. The Versa is Nissan’s entry-level model and has been priced since its inception to compete with other compact cars in the market. It has sold quite well over the years and has been the best-selling entry-level car for five years in a row. The Versa’s combination of style, technology, comfort and price have made it a great seller among young adults recently entering into the world – the absolute cheapest Versa comes in at just over $11,000 MSRP, which is a pretty great deal. If you’re interested in reading more about the Versa, check out the Cars.com profile page on it.
The Nissan Versa Sedan comes in four distinct models that you can further customize when it comes time to buy. The S, the Versa Sedan’s base model, features air conditioning, Bluetooth capabilities, either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, and gets 27/36 city/highway MPG. It comes in at just over $11,000, as mentioned. The S Plus starts at just under $14,000, and features added cruise control, a rear spoiler, xtronic CVT, and 31/40 city/highway mileage. The SV comes in at just over $15,000 but features a number of cool additions standard including front map light with key-linked illuminated entry, a trip computer with outside temperature display, a USB connection port, 60/40 split-fold rear seats, and 31/40 city/highway MPG. The most expensive model, the SL, comes in at $16,980 MSRP and features 16″ aluminum-alloy wheels, an audio system with 5″ color display, NissanConnect with mobile apps, and cool side mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators.
When it comes down to transporting a Nissan Versa, it’s nice that the size of the vehicle, regardless of its trim level or body style, is basically the same. As a compact car it’s pretty much the cheapest type of vehicle that you can transport, so when it comes down to it the most important parts of your auto shipping price is going to be where you are shipping from and to. Distance and route can impact the price you pay, as can the time of year; some routes are cheaper when the weather is nice, because when the weather gets treacherous no auto shipper will want to travel it unless they are adequately compensated, which tends to mean higher prices. But any additional size or weight that any extra features may add to your Versa will not be enough to swing the price you end up paying either way.
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