The somewhat anticipated US pricing of the Nissan product range in 2011 has just been released by the Japanese company.
While the prices have gone up just a little bit but it is nearly unnoticeable when compared to the price, basically if you lose an option you get the same car you got in 2010 only as a 2011 model.
If you’ll be starting next year with a desire to get yourself a Pathfinder you will have to dish out at least $27,840 for the two-wheel drive, V6 S model. If bells and whistles is what you’re looking for, the SUV will set you back $42,600 for the four-wheel drive V8 LE model.
If what you have your sights set on is the XTerra than things got a bit more difficult as the price increase for the two-wheel drive Xterra X commands an MSRP of $23,850, which is about $1,100 more than the outgoing model. The range-topping four-wheel drive PRO-4X spec’d up with an automatic gearbox, will come to your driveway for some $30,100.
Thinking of getting yourself a pickup, no problems, Nissan will provide you with a offer on that front as well in the form of a Frontier S King Cab two-wheel drive for $17,750, but if your cup of tea is having the range topping version, namely the SL Crew Cab with four-wheel drive, long-wheelbase chassis and a V6 engine coupled to a five-speed automatic gearbox you should be ready to part with $31,630.
Finally, the Japanese have set prices for the 2011 Nissan Altima sedan at $19,900 when equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a CVT gearbox. $22,940 is what the Altima Coupe will rip from your pocket and $26,780 is what a dealer will charge you for the hybrid sedan.