Nissan Drops Prices up to $4,400 on 7 Models

Nissan has slashed prices by as much as $4,400 on seven of its most popular models - including the Altima, Maxima and Sentra - in an effort to gain market share from the competition.

The new MSRP prices started Friday, May 3, and will continue throughout the 2013 model year. Vehicles that were already in dealer inventory will come with option allowances. Nissan hopes the price decreases will help increase awareness through online car websites when consumers search for vehicles within certain price ranges.

To maximize your savings, I recommend you try the free RydeShopper to get the biggest discounts on all Nissan vehicles.

Vehicle MSRP Price Reduction
2013 Altima$580
2013 Armada$4,400
2013 Sentra$730
2013 Rogue$2,300
2013 Murano S$1,460
2013 Murano LE$2,410
2013 Juke SL$1,290
2013 Maxima 3.5 S$2,270
2013 Maxima 3.5 SV w/ Tech Package$3,030

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- Gregg Fidan

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