Buying a new Nissan Altima can be expensive, and you may not be able to afford all the niceties you wish for within your budget. Plus, buying the latest and greatest seldom affords you with extra features besides a slightly updated body style. However, there is a more affordable and better way to affording the Nissan Altima you have been imagining.
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Nissan Altima is a Japanese sedan noted for its excellent safety features, approachable exterior styling, and dependability. All Nissan Altimas are offered in either four-door or two-door. The Nissan Altima is available in 15 different trims, so you'll have more than a dozen of options to decide from. Some of the Nissan Altima trims you can choose from are the 2.0 Edition ONE, 2.0 Platinum, 2.0 SR, 2.5, and 2.5 Platinum. Each trim includes a special set of features, so choosing the trim really comes down to what you want for your used Nissan Altima.
All Nissan Altimas are all-wheel drive (AWD). If you live in a region that gets wet or snowy weather conditions then all-wheel drive (AWD) is a great option. AWD vehicles can do some light-off-roading, think dusty trails. However, if you like to go far off the grid like rock crawling or fording creeks, then you need a four-wheel drive.. Some all-wheel drive cars can take on some light-off roading, but they are nowhere as capable as a four-wheel drive vehicle.
Nissan Altima has a 270hp, 4L engine in either manual or automatic transmission. Gas mileage varies based on driving conditions, but the Nissan Altima typically gets 35mpg in and around town and about 39mpg on the expressway. The Nissan Altima is available as a standard gasoline-only model or a gas-electric hybrid. If you want better fuel economy and a greener vehicle, then go for the hybrid model of the Altima. While all-electric, plug-in electric, and electric/hybrid vehicles get superior gas mileage and are better for the environment, they do come at an increased cost. For all-electric, it is important to make sure that you have enough charging stations nearby, or that you can charge your car from home.
Nissan Altima boasts a variety of features that help keep you safe while traveling or if you are ever in a collision. Some of these safety features include:
We know sometimes it's all about the amenities. The little somethings that heighten your driving experience and make you love your ride all the more. Amenities are generally reliant on the Nissan Altima model you select. A few of the more standard comforts you'll receive on a Nissan Altima are multi-zone A/C, adjustable lumbar, remote engine start, trip computer, backup camera, Bluetooth connection, HID headlights, and more.