Nissan will lift the cover off its face lifted 2015 Versa sedan at this year’s New York Auto Show.
Joining the debut of the 2015 Murano crossover in Nissan’s booth at New York this year will be an updated version of the automaker’s subcompact Versa sedan. Typical to most mid-cycle refreshes, expect the 2015 Versa sedan to sport a new front end while the interior will benefit from newer materials and a revised center stack, steering wheel, gauges and new plastics.
It’s unlikely that Nissan will introduce new powerplants as part of the mid-cycle refresh. The Nissan Versa sedan is America’s best-selling subcompact model and is also the cheapest, with a current starting price of $11,990 including destination.
This news is an indication that Nissan likely will not offer the Micra sub-compact in the US as well. Nissan Canada recently announced the Micra for sale there while simultaneously axing the Versa Sedan.
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