2020 Altima Price Breakdown
When it comes to new cars, finding real prices can take a little effort. The starting MSRP will widely show its face on Google, but few people buy that bare-bones, base incarnation of the vehicle, and even fewer (if any) pay the exact price that shows up. A variety of factors affect true vehicle cost, including trim level, features, dealer decisions, and other situational factors.
We all know that the 2020 Nissan Altima has a starting MSRP of $24,100. But how much should you really find yourself paying for this vehicle? Read on to learn the results of our personal investigation.
One way to find out is to check a real live inventory. View our current selection of new Nissan Altima models here!
According to Kelley Blue Book, the current Fair Market Range for the base 2020 Nissan Altima 2.5 S we noted above is currently between $22,227 and $24,108. This price, however, is constantly changing and updated weekly on the website. So view the latest information here.
Why is the price from Kelley Blue Book different from the MSRP?
The information gathered by Kelley Blue Book to make its price calculations takes into account changing trends and conditions in the automotive market. It also monitors how much people are actually paying for these models at dealerships. As a result, this is a great tool to use when shopping for a vehicle, whether you’re looking to obtain new or used.
For further accuracy, the Kelley Blue Book tool allows users to select and outfit their ideal 2020 Altima, or any other vehicle on the market for that matter. It then returns a Fair Market Range cost for that ride.
It’s also work checking out current Nissan incentives.
What is “MSRP”?
MSRP stands for “Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price.” Nissan points out that this figure excludes destination and handling charges, tax, title, license and options. The dealer ultimately sets the actual price.