Nissan Altima

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2013 Nissan Altima traveling to dealers

The lightest sedan (1,409 kg) travels 16 km on highway with one liter (38 mpg)

Nissan Altima

2013 Nissan Altima

The all-new 2013 Nissan Altima, the first of five new models that Nissan will present in the next 15 months, is already on the way to dealers and customers, having launched Nissan assembly line for the production of the fifth generation Altima at a plant in Canton, Mississippi. Nissan Altima is available in the market since 2004 and has so far sold more than 1.1 million units of the car, which is the best-selling vehicle of the Japanese brand.

Sedan with 2500 rpm – not usually found car. 2013 Nissan Altima At every turn, however, brings joy and more speed, four cylinder. Nissan once again offers a choice of two engines: a 2.5-liter QR25DE (182 hp) and 3.5-liter 6-cylinder engine VQ35DE (270 hp). To both the motor runs continuously variable transmission. Thanks to the “diet” Nissan Altima has the lightest vehicle in the segment – only 1409 kg. Manufacturers claim that they have achieved acceleration from standstill to 100 km / h for 7.1 seconds – also among the top achievements in class. The real joy, however, comes from customers economical car – 6.29 l/100 km mileage on the road! The more powerful six-cylinder engine consumes 10.69 l/100 km in the city and 7.59 L/100 km without traffic. The price of the 2013 Nissan Altima Sedan is between $ 21 500 and $ 30 080.

Nissan Altima

Pros

Nissan Altima

2012 Nissan Altima

car made for the U.S. with all the positives that – higher class richer equipment for less money compared to the alternative
class = NISSAN NISSAN fine (using the same platform as the Nissan Maxima and Nissan Murano)
nice bike with good technical data
modern transmission (automatic is if it’s CVT)

Cons

– A car made for the U.S. with all the ensuing negative – a little more difficult parts supply and therefore opposed to the European Nissan models, waiting for delivery of parts out, etc.
– Engine fairly sensors, lambda sensors, catalysts
– Gearbox, which works only with one specific Nissan oil, ie if not serviced regularly after costly repairs

All engines and modifications of the Nissan Altima

2005 – 2006

Altima 3.5 – 4 door / sedan 253 hp Manual
Altima 2.5 – 4 door / sedan 175 hp Manual

2006 – present

Nissan Altima

2007 Nissan Altima

Altima 3.5 – 4 door / sedan 273 hp Manual
Altima 2.5 Hybrid – 4 door / sedan 160 hp Automatic transmission
Altima 2.5 – 4 door / sedan 175 hp Manual

Comments from owners of Nissan Altima

NISSAN ALTIMA users a very good score for its user. They find it very reliable., But they are not unanimous. Read here for NISSAN ALTIMA, to see what problems the users and how they can be solved.

Its users find it very efficient., But they are not unanimous. On average they find that it is very good value for money You can look for instructions in the NISSAN ALTIMA to learn more details.

Overall, with the suspension, brakes and engine parts from no problem, difficult body parts, taillights and headlights – only supplies from the U.S., but it applies to every car in Europe, which comes from the U.S. market.

Nissan Altima

2010 Nissan Altima

I drove a 2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 175 horse engine. The car was automatic and did not impress me with walking. Very comfortable ride and does not burn a lot (11 to 100 mixed expense)

Personally, my opinion is a great car! Summer I had the pleasure to meet such an owner of this car! I was very impressed with the refined luxury in the interior and ride car which made me order it through a friend of the USA!

Razgovorih with him how he “managed” – his response was when I got home from the U.S. auto service prior to Jan. amount paid for it. Before coming to Europe is examined, it is hard to find parts and accessories. My opinion if you can not take her thoughts!

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