The manufacturer has announced the availability of the 2023 Nissan Versa Facelift this fall. What is new?
The cheapness seldom matches the good quality, but not the case with the Nissan Versa. The sedan represents a nice value-quality ratio. This is a successful model with many pros and very few cons given the segment it belongs to. In particular, the sedan is easy and economical to own and has a decent list of modern safety systems.
The carmaker has refreshed the Nissan Versa for the 2023 model year. This week and thru October 23, the new sedan is being showcased at the 2022 Miami Auto Show.
Nissan revamped a grille and front fascia; the 17-inch alloy wheel design, Gray Sky Pearl color, and brand logos are also new. S, SV, and SR trim levels received more standard features, and additional tech, like a wireless device charging pad, Wi-Fi hotspot, and an 8-inch touchscreen; a new S Plus package is added.
Nissan will inform the pricing for the 2023 Versa closer to the start of sales (late October-November). The current entry-level model costs $15,580 excluding a destination charge, taxes, options, and other fees.
By comparison, the entry-level 2023 Kia Rio is $16,450, the 2022 Hyundai Accent is $16,645, the 2023 Toyota Corolla is $21,550, the 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage is $16,245, and the 2022 Honda Civic is $22,550.
UPDATE of 11-15-2022: The 2023 pricing has been announced. The MSRPs before all fees and a $1,095 destination charge are $15,730 for the Versa S trim with a 5-speed manual transmission, $17,400 for S with an Xtronic CVT, $19,020 for SV, $19,720 for SR. Sales begin in December.
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