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Well the 2014 Sedan seems to be going to get a few changes:

Nissan Announces U.S. Pricing for 2014 Versa Sedan - Nissan Online Newsroom

Enhancements for the 2014 Versa Sedan include the addition of standard 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, tri-cot headliner, 4.3-inch display audio and SiriusXM Satellite Radio (SiriusXM subscription required, sold separately) for Versa Sedan SL models; standard 60/40-split fold-down rear seat and key fob trunk release for Versa Sedan SV models; and tachometer and low rolling resistance tires for Versa Sedan S models. In addition, all models receive a suspension and steering tuning change, along with revised interior finishers. Versa Sedan SV and SL models also receive a new high-gloss black B-pillar treatment and improved seat comfort (bottom cushion and foam density). The optional SV Convenience Package and SL Tech Package also feature upgraded content, including NissanConnectSM with Navigation system with the SL Tech Package.
 

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I dunno. That sounds like a lot of stuff that'll break after the warranty expires and those 16" tires will cost LOTS more to replace than the 15s on the 2013 model. There's no way those extras will come without a price increase, too. Lots of folks just need basic reliable transportation with a decent warranty and manufacturer reputation.
 

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I'm not impressed with anything Nissan has released in the economy market in many years: Building mediocre slower n' slower cars. Not exactly on topic but the new 2014+ Sentra comes with a 1.8L now. No more 2.0L for the Sentras. Nissan WTF are you doing? We wouldnt want anyone having more than 140hp.
 

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I dunno. That sounds like a lot of stuff that'll break after the warranty expires and those 16" tires will cost LOTS more to replace than the 15s on the 2013 model. There's no way those extras will come without a price increase, too. Lots of folks just need basic reliable transportation with a decent warranty and manufacturer reputation.
I have to agree with you. Cheap and reliable transportation is the reason I got a Versa. :thumbsup:
 

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Quality cars with good insurance rates and low maintenance is what the consumer wants. Adding new gadgets or more parts to break for basic transportation does not make sense to me. Kia and Hyundai are up and coming companies. However, drive one of their cars and they feel cheap. Honda, Nissan, and Toyota have good quality cars and feel solid. Nissan has typically been priced lower and provides quality. Personally, I can't afford to spend more than $15K on a new car and it needs lots of options. I will probably stick to buying cars a few years old that have depreciated.
 

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I'm not impressed with anything Nissan has released in the economy market in many years: Building mediocre slower n' slower cars. Not exactly on topic but the new 2014+ Sentra comes with a 1.8L now. No more 2.0L for the Sentras. Nissan WTF are you doing? We wouldnt want anyone having more than 140hp.
What's even more crazy is how the Sentra has grown in size, the EPA classifies the new Sentra as a midsize car.

Use to remember back in the day when the Maxima was the Camry fighter now it is the Altima, and the Sentra was a actual small car.
 

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