Besides this novelty, the two cars arrive at the line in 2017 with other changes in the equipment package. In the case of March, the S version has to come with the rear covers in body color and electric rear windows, while SL won the central Multi-App as standard.
But the Versa now delivers mirrors repeating tone paint and electric windows in all four doors in all versions, as well as leather seats, digital air, fog lights and hooks for Isofix child seats from the SL. The Unique will have the central Multi-App, the chrome exhaust tip, unique side trim and carpets.
With ethanol, March 1.6 registered an average of 7.8 km / l in city and 9.8 km / l on the road, according to Inmetro’s standards. With gasoline, it is 12 km / l in the city and 15 km / l on the road.
On road stretch between São Paulo and Itatiba, the instantaneous consumption of March equipped with CVT it got to score more than 20 km / l.
The media center with reverse camera and connection to mobile Android operating system and the possibility of installing applications is the main novelty of the high-end version of the hatchback and compact sedan Nissan. The V intermediate option brings functional steering wheel and radio with CD / player and Bluetooth. The old packages Pack Plus and Multi Pack were incoporados in input versions. The Versa has electric windows in the four serial ports, in addition to the Isofix available from 1.6 SV version.
Highlight of the two models, the automatic transmission Xtronic CVT (continuous variable), optional in versions with 1.6-liter 111 hp, adds R $ 4,800 in March SV has suggested price of US $ 54,090. The sedan Versa SV CTronic CVT starts at R $ 57,990.