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Nissan Announces 2012 Pricing for Maxima, Titan, and Armada
A new model year, a new higher price, or so we’ve generally seen in the car market. That’s not necessarily so with Nissan’s 2012 vehicles, though. For the 2012 model year, Nissan is holding the line on its 2012 Maxima full-size sports sedan and 2012 Titan full-size pickup trucks versus 2011 prices. Nissan is also keeping prices steady on base-model 2012 Armada SV full-size SUVs, but the company is pushing prices upward a few hundred dollars for upper-level models. The 2012 base Nissan Maxima S will start at $32,510 including a $760 destination charge and features refreshed styling and new wheel options. The uplevel Maxima SV will come in at $35,210.The base Nissan Titan S King Cab carries a base price of $28,385 including destination and handling, coming with rear-wheel drive and a short wheelbase configuration. Prices for the Titan range all the way up to $41,185 for a Titan SL Crew Cab with four-wheel drive. For the Armada SUV, which shares its platform with the Titan, the price for the base rear-wheel-drive SV starts at the same $39,465 as last year’s model. From there, the midlevel SL creeps up $300 to $44,915, and the top-line two-wheel-drive Platinum moves up $150 to $52,025. The same holds true for the four-wheel-drive models, which start at $45,065 for the base SV, $47,815 for the midlevel SL, and $54,925 for the loaded Platinum. All three of these 2012 Nissan models are already at dealerships nationwide. Source: Nissan
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