The somewhat anticipated US pricing of the Nissan product range in 2011 has just been released by the Japanese company.

2010 Nissan Xterra
2010 Nissan Xterra

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.

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