November 2, 2008

Nissan Offers New Versa for Under $10,000 and 0% Financing

Nissan has cut back on the cloth seats and the chrome along with making its 4 cylinder engine a tad smaller, and put its new 2009 Versa into the marketplace this month for a price tag of $9990.00.

This makes Versa the lowest priced new car in the American market today, well below the 2009 Hyundai Accent ($11,070) and the 2008 Kia Rio ($12,145)-- the two models previously vying for lowest-cost new car.

The 2009 Nissan Versa claims to give you 34 mpg on the highway, and when it debuts on November 19th, you can pick one up at the dealer for zero percent (0%) interest.

Free financing ... they're almost paying you to buy their car.

4 comments:

Simple Single Mom said...

For less than $10,000 and 34 MPG you can't go wrong if you're in the market for a car, heck you might even be better off than buying a used one with that price! Thanks for the info.

Rebecca said...

Hi SSM,
Thanks for writing!

You know, that is a great point -- that this might be a better deal than buying a used car -- especially when it's a Nissan, and they've got such a great reputation for quality.

I've started to look around for these little cars on the streets, but haven't seen any yet. I'm sure that it's just a matter of time ....

Have a great week!
Rebecca

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Rebecca said...

Hi Wilson,
Thanks for writing - and for the encouragement!!
-Rebecca