Nissan has released specific information for their 2013 models Nissan Versa, Cube and Armada.  These are the three vehicles that will see the least amount of change for the new model year, but have upgrades in combinations and packages, new exterior colors and enhanced technology.

The Nissan Versa will start at $11,990 for the new model year and has a fuel economy rating of 26 MPG in the city and 36 MPG on the highway.  With this starting price, the Versa will remain the least expensive new car available in the US.  The CVT Versa has a fuel rating of 40 MPG on the highway and the line tops out at $16,590.

The Nissan Cube goes up in price a mere $180 for the new year and even gets rid of the base model, leaving on the the two higher model trims.  The luxurious 2013 Nissan Armada will begin at $40,710 and has a new Platinum Reserve Package that includes 20-inch chrome wheels, chrome grille and side mirrors, two-toned leather seating, satin chrome accents on the interior, DVD system with two seven-inch screens.

For more information about any of these vehicles, or to take a look at any Nissan, contact Larson Nissan.

24 Nov 2012

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