No prices are listed. But these vehicles were not inexpensive.
Here are some excerpts from the advertising copy:
- "At the very beginning of Nash Motors, C.W. Nash said, 'I will never build a cheap motor car.' Today, with more than a million Nash cars upholding that pledge, C.W. Nash repeats, 'I will never build a cheap motor car.' With Nash, it continues to be ... Quality first, last and all the time!"
- "To celebrate the first million cars, to reveal far and near the new heights of quality attained in the 1934 Nash and its companion car, the new LaFayette — Nash dealers are giving a million demonstrations in 30 days!"
- "Individually-Sprung Front Wheels Optional at Slight Extra Cost"
- "New Nash-Built LaFayette, the Fine Car of the Low Price Field, Five Body Styles"
1. One of its final models was the Nash Rambler (1950-1954), which was produced by the Nash Motors division of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. The Nash Rambler plays a key role in the plot of the 1958 song "Beep Beep" by The Playmates.