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post #1 of 2 Old 07-18-2016, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Available mods for the 2016 Versa Sedan?

I've had my Versa for about 2 months now and I'm happy with it, but I'd like to know what's available to me in terms of aftermarket modifications. I'm open to anything, so post what would be worth investing in to improve my Versa. I'd like to lower it and maybe get some nicer wheels so recommendations on what to buy there would be cool. Also wouldn't mind some ideas on what to replace the stock shift knob with.
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Hi fellow new Versa owner! I bought my 2016 Sedan S just over a month ago. There's plenty of official Nissan stuff you can do, as well as aftermarket. Some things I have planned:

* Nissan accent lighting - under-dash and front cupholder lights.
* Illuminated kick plates
* Fog lights - if you have the S trim, you don't have the factory wiring harness for plug-and-play fogs like previous years did
* Heated side mirrors? Haven't researched them if there are any plug and play options

Aftermarket...

* CIPA 36500 automatic dimming mirror with map lights - because the front of the car is dark! I've had an automatic mirror in my cars since ~ 2005 and worth it!
* Accele RVC1150T backup camera - it should fit between the license plate lights in the black plastic piece, this should be where the factory backup camera goes
* Navigation/bluetooth receiver - anything 2DIN. Unfortunately the Nissan factory Bluetooth is a separate module and handles the phone dial and hang-up button itself. Everything I've seen so far says you lose those button functions.

I haven't looked into performance mods yet, getting creature comforts in first!
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