Nissan ups the price on the Altima Hybrid
The Nissan Altima Hybrid has only been available for a few months and you can only buy one in eight states that use the California emissions standards but the price is already going up. Nissan just announced a $590 increase to the base price of the Altima to $24,990. On the other hand the Altima is eligible for a federal tax credit of $2,350 so that will take away some of the sting. If you're interested in whether the Altima Hybrid is for you, check out our recent review of the Altima.
NASHVILLE (Apr. 17, 2007) – Nissan North America, Inc. today announced a price adjustment for the 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid. The new starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $24,990, which goes into effect today, represents an increase of $590.
The 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid is on sale at Nissan retailers in the eight states that have adopted California emissions regulations – California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. The Altima Hybrid has been certified by the Internal Revenue Service as meeting the requirements for the Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit, thereby qualifying for a tax credit of $2,350.
In North America, Nissan operations include automotive styling, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing. More information on Nissan in North America and the complete line of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles can be found online at www.nissannews.com.
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