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Nissan announces pricing for 2007 Versa hatchback

Nissan’s littlest offering in the United States, the 2007 Versa, now has some pricing to go along with the buzz its been generating. Buyers will have the option of adding a 4 speed automatic transmission for $8 hermes 00 more.

For high rollers, the Versa 1.8 SL is also available for $14,450 and includes 15 inch aluminum alloy wheels, six CD changer, auxiliary input jack, remote keyless entry, cruise control with steering wheel controls and a nicer interior. The SL is also available with Nissan’s Xtronic CVT for $15,450.

The vehicle, which sports continuously variable transmission (CVT), should get around 30/36 miles per gallon for city and highway driving, respectively.

All new Entry level Nissan Versa Starts at an MSRP of $12,450

GARDENA, Calif. (June 23, 2006) Nissan North America, Inc. today announced pricing on the all new 2007 Nissan Versa Hatchback, which goes on sale June 23 at Nissan dealers nationwide. The starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the newest addition to the Nissan lineup is $12,450 for the Versa 1.8 S with a standard 122 horsepower 1.8 liter DOHC 4 cylinder engine and 6 speed manual transmission. Versa offers a unique combination of class leading roominess, exceptional interior quality and upscale amenities designed to appeal to a wide range of buyers with a hermes variety of lifestyle needs. In addition, the new Versa, which is built on Nissan’s advanced B platform, offers over six feet of interior length and ample cargo volume. Estimated EPA highway/city fuel economy is 30/36 miles per gallon with the CVT transmission. Versa SL models include standard 15 inch aluminum alloy wheels, in dash 6CD autochanger with m hermes p3 playback, auxiliary input jack, remote keyless entry, cruise control with steering wheel controls and soft touch interior accents. Available optional amenities include Intelligent Key keyless entry/ignition system, Bluetooth Hands Free Phone System, power sunroof and satellite radio. “The all new Versa allows small car drivers to have it all in one attractive, affordable package without sacrificing roominess, comfort, style, performance, fuel efficiency or high quality,” said Brad Bradshaw, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division. “Versa provides great value without compromise.”Available packages for the 2007 Nissan Versa include the Power Package (1.8 S), Convenience Package (1.8 SL), Audio Package (1.8 SL), Sport Package (1.8 SL), Sunroof Package (1.8 SL), Satellite Radio (1.8 SL) and ABS Package (all models). Complete pricing and options are available on the attached sheet.

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MikeW, I think the 6 speed shouldn’t cost nissan a whole lot more than a five speed. And since they are only offering the 6 speed, they can amortize the cost difference anyhow since it’s the standard transmission on the MR series engines in the Versa and the sentra. in addition, this way, when they release the SE r Version of the sentra, they don’t have to specify a whole new tranny for the small market that model gets. Very smart on nissans part, keep their costs down with the added benefit of giving consumers more.

June 24 2006 at 2:22 PM

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