In the 2019 Nissan Versa, economy takes on a spacious, stylish form. The latest Versa puts a spacious spin on the subcompact sedan segment. For such a parking-friendly car, it delivers some serious backseat space. Cargo space is pretty impressive, too, with 14.9 cubic feet in the trunk. When the weekend hits, you'll have all the room you need for your road-trip luggage and sports gear.
What's new for the 2019 Nissan Versa?
This year, you can equip the top-trim Versa SV with extra features. The trim's optional SV Special Edition package now includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This smartphone integration technology keeps you connected, displaying apps like Maps and Messages on the central touchscreen so there's no need to look down at your phone. You can even use your phone's extensive voice controls, so there's also no need to lift a finger from the wheel.
The SV Special Edition also adds push-button start for 2019, giving the Versa a little touch of luxury. The bundle's new vehicle immobilizer is a state-of-the-art anti-theft device, stopping the engine from starting without your registered key. Finally, the new SV Special Edition package introduces Nissan's Easy-Fill Tire Alert. The system helps you maintain the proper psi for optimal performance and fuel economy.
Why choose the 2019 Nissan Versa?
In addition to its impressive interior space, the Versa also delivers solid ride comfort. The Versa's comfort-tuned suspension glides over the bumps in the road. Of course, the Versa's starting MSRP of $12,360 isn't too shabby, either.
How's the 2019 Nissan Versa interior?
For a subcompact, the Versa is surprisingly spacious. Up front, supportive seats and generous head and leg room make for a comfy daily drive. In back, you'll find a family-friendly amount of backseat space. You can even load up your tall friends and hit the highway without complaint.
You can choose between three 2019 Nissan Versa trim models: the base S, mid-grade S Plus, and the top-trim SV. Standard features include a rearview camera to help you eke out of a tight parking space with impressive visibility. The cabin features a 7-inch touchscreen display for your infotainment needs. Use either the USB port or wireless Bluetooth connection to pair your smartphone with the four-speaker sound system.
Choose the Versa S Plus to add the continuously variable transmission, which helps this subcompact sedan earn its best EPA ratings. The S Plus also features a cruise control system for a peaceful highway ride.
The SV enhances utility with a folding rear seatback. Use it to expand cargo space and haul longer or larger items. It also adds modern niceties like power locks and windows. Add the SV's Special Edition package for a long list of upgrades, including a stylish leather-wrapped steering wheel and 15-inch alloy wheels.
What's the 2019 Nissan Versa mpg?
Besides helping you save on the up-front costs of owning a car, this subcompact sedan also provides a thrifty performance. With the base engine and the continuously variable transmission, the Versa earns max EPA ratings of 31 city/39 highway mpg.