Nissan announced interim price increases on all 2008 models (except base 2WD Rogue and 2008.5 Titan models), effective January 8, 2008. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) increases range between $80 and $170.

Models receiving increases include Versa Hatchback and Sedan ($80); Sentra ($80); Altima Sedan, Hybrid and Coupe ($100); Maxima ($140); 350Z Coupe ($140); 350Z Roadster ($170); Quest ($120); Frontier ($100); Rogue ($120 for all models except for base 2WD); Xterra ($110); Pathfinder ($140); and Armada ($170).

The 2008 Nissan lineup features many vehicle introductions and enhancements, including the debut of the 2008 Rogue, which went on sale in September. Rogue is designed to add a new dimension to the crossover sport utility segment – satisfying both the functional and emotional needs of its buyers. Additionally, Nissan’s best-selling nameplate, the Altima, extended its lineup with the introduction of the all-new 2008 Altima Coupe, in addition to Altima Sedan and Altima Hybrid models.

Nissan’s roster of adventure-ready trucks and SUVs received significant upgrades for the 2008 model year, with major revisions to the Titan full-size truck, including new Long Bed models and new PRO-4X off-road grade. The 2008 Armada full-size SUV features a revised exterior and technological enhancements, and the 2008 Pathfinder mid-size SUV offers a V8 for the first time in its 22-year history, along with a variety of new features.

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