New 2016 Nissan Prices

Select a 2016 Nissan model below and get new prices

(Model years 2018 - 1998)
Sporty, stylish and lightning quick, the 370Z doesn’t disappoint.
Nissan’s popular Altima offers a bounty of features and amenities with a smooth, reliable drive, able to be customized with a long list of options.
The compact Nissan Frontier comes with a long list of addable options, with an affordable base trim that’s made it a best-selling pickup truck.
The GT-R brings supercar status to the Nissan lineup, boasting a beefy engine and sleek body styling.
It’s sporty, quirky, modern and innovative. Nissan’s Juke pleases the eyes and offers a rich interior with plenty of features to appease picky buyers.
The efficient and electric Nissan Leaf offers a generous mileage range per charge, along with being competitively priced and feature rich.
The ever popular and stylish Maxima is Nissan’s best-selling sedan for a long list of reasons, as is demonstrated in the feature-rich 2016 model.
The popular Murano crossover SUV returns for 2016 with lots of features and options.
Nissan’s full-sized cargo van, the NV, was designed to meet the needs of small businesses and commercial services providers.
The NV200 brings convenience to the compact cargo van, ideal for smaller and medium sized commercial businesses.
The NVP by Nissan has all the room necessary to comfortably haul large groups of people to and from where your day takes you.
The popular Pathfinder by Nissan remains one of the carmaker’s best-selling units due to its versatile design and feature-rich offerings.
A comfortable ride, ample seating for seven and lots of addable options make Nissan’s Quest a veritable minivan.
The flashy Rogue by Nissan has returned with lots of configurable options.
Nissan’s best-selling Sentra returns for 2016 with plenty to offer buyers.
A titanic truck, the Titan XD by Nissan aims to be the best in its class, enabling the carmaker to compete with juggernauts like Ford and Ram.
Compact and stylish, the Versa continues to win over customers due to its entry-level price tag and available features.
The Versa Note is the hatchback variant of Nissan’s best-selling compact sedan, with similar entry-level features and pricing.
The NV200 Taxi was designed just for commercial usage, well-priced to be a competing class.

Possessing a number of high profile changes for 2016, Nissan includes something for almost every type of vehicle buyer. Nissan's flagship sedan leads the way into 2016 with a radical restyling and re-engineering. The 2016 Nissan Maxima will feature aggressively chiseled bodywork and a 300-horsepower V-6 engine. The Maxima is not the only Nissan sedan undergoing an extensive make-over for 2016. Also adopting some of Nissan's new styling cues sourced from the brand's Energetic Flow design language, the 2016 Altima is more aerodynamic and boasts reduced weight. A Nissan Altima SR is also added for 2016 providing a high-level sport look and feel to the sedan. Nissan's Titan full-sized pickup truck flexes some major muscle for 2016 thanks to the addition of a diesel engine option.


The Cummins turbocharged diesel will power the Titan XL pickup truck generating up to 555 pound-feet of torque to tow over 12,000 pounds of weight. On the greener side of Nissan's 2016 product line-up, the all-electric Leaf receives its first major upgrade since its introduction for 2011. A larger capacity battery on the 2016 Nissan Leaf allows the electric vehicle to achieve 107 miles on a single charge. The 2016 Nissan Versa Note SV trim level adds equipment previously attached to the SV Convenience Package such as NissanConnect with Mobile Apps and RearView Monitor. Siri Eyes Free technology will be available on a greater number of Nissan products for 2016 and is now found standard on the Juke.