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I was at my dealership today, I looked at the new Nissan Sedan (they aren't out yet for customers, I just had a good sales guy that took me to the employee parking/new cars that aren't ready for lot and showed it to me) and the new Murano CrossCabrolet (I'll make a post in the non versa car sec for it).

While we were talking about the cost of the NV's I'd need for my business plan I asked him about the Versa hatchback. He said 2014 we will see a updated Hatchback. So towards the end of 2013 I believe we will start seeing it.

They're also going to have a Titan Duelly in 2014 for the 2015 model year. I believe it's really just going to be a dodge under their name, because he called it a Cummings Titan. And the Cummings is Dodges.

I just thought I'd let ya'll know about the hatchback, since Im sure there's some as eager as me to see the new gen.
 

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Well actually dodge uses the cummins engine. Cummins is its own company. Its basically an automotive version of their ISB engine you would normally see in straight trucks. They aren't loyal to dodge, dodge just uses it instead of designing their own diesel. So nissan may very well be just taking the same approach as dodge and using that option. Though you may also be right, i suppose we'll have to wait and see! Interesting idea though, I'm anxious to see it now
 

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Believe it or not, Cummins is owned by Ford. lol. Ford doesn't even use them

There has been rumor of a team up with nissan and cummins for ever. Don't believe everything you hear
 

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I read an article one time saying that Nissan was gonna get into diseal engines for the Titan. And by the way, the versa sedan is ready for customers and has been for 2 weeks now, ;) my dealer has 3 of them, with a price on them.
 

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2012 Versa sedan isn't out for customers yet? That sucks. I've already seen a black sedan on the road, plus the other day I went to one of the local Nissan dealerships and this lady had just driven a silver sedan(both 1.6 CVT btw) and she was in the process of buying it. I guess Nissan has different release dates for different states. :shrug:
 

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^^ not at my lot, they have 3 of them, 2 are still wrapped. Only one is ready, its just not on the lot yet, its in the back hidden.
 

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Yup short of the base which has two speakers, no tach and even more stripped then previous year 1.6's your gonna pay closer to 15k! On the plus side the stripper model weighs like 2300lbs!
 

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Sad but the 1.6 only gets 24/32 mph. My 1.8 gets that or it's supposed to.
Thats the 2011 quotes with the 1.8 motor, it says right under it 2011. The 1.6 is getting 30/38
 

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Yup short of the base which has two speakers, no tach and even more stripped then previous year 1.6's your gonna pay closer to 15k! On the plus side the stripper model weighs like 2300lbs!
Heres one close to $14K, which is an S model and most likely they will have the cruise package added to it with an auto. So with tax and crap it will be close to 15K. They say the SV will be the popular model. The S model is only a deal if you get a manual, if not then an SV would be a better choice, but the SL is really a good deal when you add everything together.
2012 Nissan Versa Sedan 1.6 S Price With Options
 

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what did you think of the NV, and what are you planning to use it for?
Honestly, I really liked it. My first choice in a van was going to be the Express (GM fangirl here lol) but the NV is really nice, you can get the tall roof one which makes it easy for someone to stand in (My sales guy is like 6'2" and he stood in it and didn't even touch the roof.). I liked the storage between the front two seats, perfect for files and stuff, and the storage above the front windshield. I liked how the front, two doors, and the 2 rear doors were the only windows, makes it easy to keep tools in there and not worry about someone really snooping. I liked how the rear doors, you can open them all the way, and if you want them open part way (like a normal van opens) the doors will lock back to that position, you don't have to worry about them flying from where you open them because they lock unless you make it open more. And the price really wasn't that bad for what it is and all. The flatbed dulley I looked at costs more and all it can do is tow stuff, then NV can store AND tow.

Right now it's just for a business plan, but one day it might be a real business. It would be used for a mechanic to travel with his tools and parts stored in it.
 
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