Nissan Versa keeps Cheapest Car in the U.S. title for 2013

It’s about five times more expensive than the Tata Nano, but the Nissan Versa maintains its unique position in the automotive industry. Including a $790 destination charge, the 2013 edition of the subcompact sedan is the cheapest new car in the United States with a beginning price of $12,280.

The Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Sonic all have entry level prices of less than $15,000. But the Nissan Versa retains its current status despite an increase of $1,100 from the 2012 model.

The top-of-the-line 2013 Nissan Versa sedan starts at $17,380, including shipping, which places it higher than comparable models of key competitors from Hyundai, Ford, Chevrolet and Honda.

2013 Nissan Versa: Cheapest Car in the United States

Nissan recently announced improvements for the updated 2013 Nissan Versa include a Versa sedan 1.6 S AT model with four-speed automatic transmission and a Versa sedan S Plus model.

The 2013 Versa sedan 1.6 S AT starts at $13,780, including shipping. The 2013 Versa sedan S Plus with a continuously variable transmission starts at $14,480, including shipping.

The Tata Nano, which debuted a few years in India, grabbed international attention when it assumed the title of “world cheapest car” with a price of about $2,500.

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