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The Nissan Altima inspires confidence with its predictable handling in extreme situations and is known for having some of the best interior features around. Simply put: the Altima is the driver’s choice. The midsize sedan is practical, comfortable and suited for growing families and is full of a wide variety of features at all model levels.
2020 Nissan Altima Review
This 2020 model provides an easy to drive nature with a smooth ride. There were no big changes to this vehicle for 2020 as it got a full redesign last year. But the 2020 option offers a strong engine and a great horsepower of 182-236. This vehicle has a sharp exterior and includes standard safety features. If you are interested in an affordable sedan that will provide you with value, this is your best option.
2019 Nissan Altima Review
This 2019 model is fully redesigned and is ready to make you fall in love with driving again. With a composed and balanced drive, this vehicle creates a smooth and comfortable ride. The cabin is additionally extremely spacious and the car gives great mileage. With 182-236 horsepower and FWD and AWD drivetrain, this vehicle is a great option. If you would like your next car to rank high in the driving experience, handling and steering, and fuel efficiency, then this model was built for you to enjoy.
2018 Nissan Altima Review
In 2018 the Nissan had a few new features added this year. Firstly added is the automatic emergency braking feature as well as the forward collision warning that has become standard. The 3.5SL trim level allows for a few other new features to sneak in. This includes the adaptive cruise control and a multimedia system that allows Android Auto smartphone and Apple Car Play to connect. This car is smooth, spacious and comfortable.
2017 Nissan Altima Review
The 2017 Nissan Altima remains to be an excellent midsize sedan that received a 5 star rating for its safety. This vehicle offers a comfortable ride, with a spacious interior, making it the perfect vehicle for a family.
2016 Nissan Altima Review
The 2016 Nissan Altima receives a number of new features. This includes remodeling to the front fenders, front and rear fascia, and to the hood. This vehicle is family-oriented, as it has a number of safety features available. It has also gained popularity for its notable excellent fuel efficiency.
2015 Nissan Altima Review
The Altima continues to be a top choice among family sedans offering an excellent blend between fuel economy, comfort, and agility. The 2015 Nissan Altima vs. the 2015 Honda Civic, the Altima’s best competition, is a difficult choice, but if you are looking for luxury and superior handling then the 2015 Nissan Altima is clear winner.
2014 Nissan Altima Review
Nissan turned their focus to adding new features and new packages in 2014. Some of these features include a new Technology and Sport Package, smartphone integration with the navigation system, and integrated SiriusXM radio. Comparing the 2014 Nissan Altima to the 2014 Honda Accord reveals almost identical performance results, but the Altima moves into first place due to its luxurious and comfortable experience while being at the same price point.
2013 Nissan Altima Review
The 2013 Nissan Altima received major upgrades with innovative mechanical components, carefully tuned ride and handling. It also has advanced cockpit connectivity features and an updated style that make it the perfect blend between affordability, comfort, and family transport. Compared to the Toyota Camry and the Ford Fusion, the Nissan Altima offers superior miles per gallon.
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