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Frugal Shopper: The Ten Most Discounted Hybrid Models Page 2

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2010 Nissan Altima Hybrid

2010 Nissan Altima Hybrid

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2010 Nissan Altima Hybrid

MSRP (including destination): $27,500
TrueCar average national discount from MSRP: $5,015
TrueCar percent discount from MSRP: 18
EPA Fuel Economy: 35/33 mpg

The Nissan Altima Hybrid handles well for a frugal hybrid, by all accounts, and is tuned to feel just a little more responsive than the Toyota Camry Hybrid. But many shoppers don't know the Altima Hybrid even exists, and it's been sold in only a handful of states (California plus New England). And now that word is out about Nissan's upcoming LEAF electric vehicle, the most dedicated green-conscious shoppers might be holding out for a year or so.


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  1. Thanks for this analysis. The price markup on hybrids is too high in many cases. Unnecessary features on the most popular hybrid models can cost as much as the hybrid drive trains themselves.
    Aaron Huertas
    Union of Concerned Scientists
     
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