Chicago Nissan dealership has 2011 models and Pathfinder Silver Edition in showroom now


Depending on the market, silver can be a better buy than gold. In the auto market this Silver Edition Pathfinder is a great deal with some fun thrown in. Your Chicago Nissan dealership has it in the showroom as you read this and wants you to know that it starts at $36,290, including the destination fee.

Nissan has been making inroads into the U.S. market for decades, but has recently produced more versatile models and competitive pricing. The Pathfinder, although it’s been around for 25 years now, is anything but old and trite. It has been freshened for this special year and fans will be pleased.

The 2011 Pathfinder Silver Edition boasts heated, leather-appointed seating, a 10-speaker Bose audio system, and 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels. If you want the 4×4 version, it will cost at least $38,290 with shipping. If you want just the 2011 base Pathfinder without the fancy silver package, it can be had for a very reasonable $28,640. Chicago Nissan buyers will appreciate the varying trim levels and price points, as there truly is something for everyone.

If you want a bit less vehicle, the 2011 Xterra is also in showrooms and the new PRO-4X, which comes only in 4×4, is an off-road sensation. With special performance equipment, it can guarantee a weekend of fun. With a V6 and six-speed manual transmission the Xterra starts at $29,850 with shipping thrown in. These prices are very competitive in the crossover market and Nissan, as will all its models, does the Xterra with class.

Other Xterra models are even more budget-friendly. Chicago Nissan buyers will love the price of the base Xterra 4×2 at $24,650. It’s about $1,000 more than last year’s model, but still well worth it. If a truck is on your wish list, check out the Frontier S Crew Cab at $22,560 – what a deal! Compare the Frontier with trucks of other brands, many not as luxurious, and you will find a great deal in the Nissan models.

Customers of the Chicago Nissan dealership can depend on them to provide excellent service and be available to answer any questions about the new Nissan line-up. In addition to the many SUV, crossover and truck choices, Nissan also has a large range of sedans in all price ranges and its luxury cars are all you can dream of.

Nissan has some stiff competition in the luxury market and even one brand, Hyundai, which has recently entered the luxury arena. But with its years of experience and a strong customer base, Nissan doesn’t have anything to worry about as long as they keep producing high-quality vehicles that you can sink into comfortably and drive easily.


Source by Howard Baird