Nissan Versa 2009 lowest-priced all-new auto in America

Posted on Monday, 3 November 2008 , 08:11:21 byEmil

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Nissan Versa 2009 lowest-priced all-new auto in America

The Nissan Versa model was never made for impressing as a sports auto or a luxury one. It has been good always, reliable and cheap transportation. Nissan now knows it too because they all are going for the basic line having the Versa 2009 by being it the cheapest auto at $9,990 in the U.S. This is for that four-cylinder 1.6-liter that reaches 107 hp getting on the highway 34 mpg.

Remember that this base price is the cheapest for a vehicle. Dealers discounts, especially when the people are not buying many autos, will be cutting quite below the base price for the Versa.

The 1.6 Versa Sedan is on sale at dealers of Nissan nationwide starting November 18, current year.

"Starting under $10,000, this new Versa Sedan 1.6 has the lowest new-car MSRP in the United States," said Brian Carolin, the senior vice president of Sales and Marketing, NNA. "It combines the low price of a used car with the dependability, high quality and full factory warranty of every new Nissan. It’s our way of saying that in tough economic times, Nissan is here to help."

"The new Versa Sedan 1.6 is another way in which Nissan is taking a leadership role in reassuring consumers that now is a great time to consider a new car," affirmed Carolin.