I don’t like to leave out the destination charge, as it’s just as much a part of the cost as anything else. So while you may see $10,990 floating around as the starting point for the 2012 Versa sedan, rest assured that those sites are excluding the $760 destination charge.
Your $11,750 will get you a base 1.6S Versa, complete with a 5 speed handshaker. If you want the car to do the shifting for you, it’ll cost you an extra grand. Pricing for the higher trims comes in at $15,320 for the mid level SV, and $16,320 for the top of the line SL.
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