Nissan Vehicles have gone through a slight rise in their retail price recently. The prices for this particular model have risen.
The retail prices for Nissan cars have increased during the last 6 months. The average price in October was of S$ 105,771. This price hardly went through any changes and remained at S$ 107,375 during November. During the following two months (December, January) the average selling price experienced a noticeable rise, going up 19 % from S$ 106,573 to S$ 126,816.5. In the last two, the price has gone through a -7 % devaluation compared to the previous average values going down from S$ 116,694.75 to S$ 109,071 during February and March.
The average price for Nissan has had a strong rise in recent years. Between 2007 and 2016, the average price is S$ 39,379.4. There was a significant inflation of the average price in 2007 (S$ 20,738) moving up till (S$ 65,976)in 2016. During the next two years (2017, 2018) the price for the aforementioned model has gone up strongly a 75 %. During the last two years the price has remained constant with regard to the previous 4 years, going from an average price of S$ 68,411.25 in 2019 and S$ 67,864.5 during 2020.
The graph that displays the price for Nissan cars according to their mileage shows that those cars within a mileage range of "100,000 - 200,000" are the ones with the lowest price. They are 59 % more affordable than the average price (S$ 97,191). Next with a price of S$ 64,072 and a mileage range of "less than 10,000" we would see the following vehicles. The mileage range for the most affordable cars is "50,000 - 100,000". It is 26% less expensive than the average market value followed by those cars with a mileage of "25,000 - 50,000" priced at S$ 67,245.