Nissan announces pricing for 2011 Sentra

Nissan announced Thursday the pricing for its Sentra model, in all 6 flavors.  Changes are limited for the 2011 model, the big ones being:

“improved EPA estimated city fuel economy and the fine-tuning of option package equipment. New Sentra 2.0 packages include a SL Value Package, Visual Audio Package and SL Audio Package.”

Base prices start around $15,000 for the 2.0 with a manual transmission and head all up to about $20,000 for a Sentra SE-R Spec V.  Follow the jump for more details and model-based pricing.

The breakdown of prices is as follows: ($750 destination not included)

2011 Price 2010 Price Difference
Sentra 2.0 6MT $15,520 USD $15,420 USD + $100
Sentra 2.0 CVT $16,700 USD $16,600 USD + $100
Sentra 2.0 S CVT $17,450 USD $17,160 USD + $290
Sentra 2.0 SR CVT $17,450 USD $17,160 USD + $290
Sentra 2.0 SL CVT $18,850 USD $18,560 USD + $290
Sentra SE-R 2.5L CVT $19,580 USD $19,580 USD + $0
Sentra SE-R Spec V 2.5L 6MT $20,080 USD $20,080 USD + $0

Nissan has really held the line on pricing for its Sentra, mostly by continuing the optioning of previously-standard features they started for the 2010 model year, specifically leather in the SL model.

The increased fuel economy Nissan is talking about amounts to, “27/34 miles per gallon City/Highway with the CVT and 24/31 City/Highway miles per gallon with the 6-speed manual transmission (Sentra 2.0 only).”

These are minor changes for sure, and with the current generation Sentra coming on the market as a 2007 model and receiving a mild refresh for 2010, expect a complete redesign for the 2012 or 2013 model year, at the very latest.

by John Suit

Source: Nissan

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