2011 Nissan Altima Priced at $19,900
The 2011 Altima enters into its fourth year with a few updates and minor pricing realignments, including a new package option and new exterior colors.
The base sedan stays at $19,990, same as the 2010 model.
The 2.5 S and 3.5 SR trims bump up $220. The Altima Hybrid keeps the same price as last year.
There's a new Special Edition Package option on the 2.5 S: rear spoiler, fog lights, automatic headlights and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls.
The Altima coupe receives a price increase of $500.
Pricing for the Nissan Altima sedan:
- 2.5: $19,900
- 2.5 S: $22,060
- 3.5 SR: $24,740
Pricing for the Nissan Altima coupe:
- 2.5 S (manual): $22,940
- 2.5 S (CVT): $23,440
- 3.5 SR (CVT): $27,770
- 3.5 SR (manual): $30,100
Pricing for the Nissan Altima Hybrid: $26,780
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