Nissan price cuts boost its U.S. mark...

Nissan price cuts boost its U.S. market, threatening Detroit

There are 1 comment on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Jun 18, 2013, titled Nissan price cuts boost its U.S. market, threatening Detroit. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

A Nissan GT-R Nismo at the Nismo global headquarters and development center in Yokohama City, Japan, in February.

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Pottstown, PA

#1 Jun 18, 2013
The price cuts didn't really show up here. You needed to finance through Nissan to get any price reductions. Nissan has low key/low pressure sales dealerships.

The CVT transmissions Nissan uses alot doesn't impress as a transmission that will age well. Heard they are super complex and expensive to repair. But it's small enough and becoming common enough in a few years it might be cheaper. Nissan doesn't give a 40/60 split in many car either leading to storage issues for many.

Hopefully the Nissans age well, if not the brand will not have any sustainability after the next few years.

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