LOS ANGELES - Nissan North America Inc. announced prices for the 2002 Sentra SE-R sports sedan, which goes on sale Tuesday, Oct. 16. The base SE-R with five-speed manual transmission is priced at $16,539, including a $540 destination charge, while a four-speed automatic raises the sticker to $17,339, also including destination. A high-end Spec V, with a 6-speed manual and a 10-hp advantage over the mainstream model, begins at $17,539, including destination.
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