The Nissan Altima, One Of The Best Selling Affordable New Sedans In The Market
Have you been searching for an affordable, reliable, and efficient solid all-rounder mid-sized sedan? The all-new Nissan Altima delivers all that alongside incredible safety features, advanced technology, and superior comfort. Armed with a standard 188-hp base engine and a premium 248-horsepower turbocharged option, the Altima doesn't skimp on performance either. But what makes the newest model stand out from the crowd? For a full breakdown and all the new features you can expect in the new Nissan Altima, check out the article below.
Nissan Connect Is The Newest Addition To The Altima
Nissan Connect is a premium feature that comes standard on all new Altima models. Although it has a premium subscription model, every new Altima comes with a free three-year trial of the premium edition, which brings the following tech features to your fingertips:
• Remote locking • Remote engine starting • Emergency calling • Wireless Apple Car Play • Wireless Android Auto • Telematics data at your fingertips • Maintenance Alerts, keeping your Altima in good working order • Automatic Collision Notifications (Calling Emergency Services) • Nissan Navigation Services
Engine Specs Of The New Nissan Altima
Depending upon trim level and options, the Nissan Altima has several different performance options. Standard models (called the S edition) have a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 188 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. Rear wheel drive models of the S and upscaled SV editions deliver a real-world fuel economy of EPA-estimated 27 mpg city and 39 highway while the AWD models have a modest 26 mpg city and 36 mpg on the highway. On the other end of the spectrum, the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder on premium models delivers 248 horsepower and has an EPA-estimated efficiency of 25 mpg city and 34 mpg on the highway.
The Interior of the New Altima Brings Quality On A Budget
With many vehicles, the rigid plastic standard on affordable models can be uncomfortable and intrusive. However, the new Nissan Altima is easy on the eyes and the limbs. The seats are comfortable, and the infotainment system is easy to use, with standard features you'd expect on a new car. It can seat five comfortably in the front and back. Although, the one drawback of the Altima is its limited cargo space. Due to the design, the back seats do not lie flat, limiting the cargo to 15.4 cu ft and a modest 100.6 cubic feet with the seats flipped down.
Safety Is Paramount In The New Nissan Altima
Since it is marketed as a family-friendly or commuter car, the Altima delivers a high level of safety, even without the Nissan Connect services. Every model of the new Nissan Altima comes with a forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, high-beam assist, adaptive cruise control, and rear cross-traffic alert. All this and more has led the Altima to receive an IIHS safety rating of 5 stars for the new models and all those built in the recent decade. Finally, as an option, you can opt into Nissan's proprietary Pro Pilot autonomous driving system, which takes adaptive cruise control and adds lane management to the list of things you can let the car handle for you.
Get Your New And Affordable Nissan Altima From Charlie Clark Nissan
If you are looking for an affordable new Mid-Size Sedan, the Nissan Altima is a vehicle to consider. Charlie Clark Nissan is your Harlingen home for all things Nissan, and we have all the Altima options you are looking for. Book a test drive with us to learn why the Altima is an excellent choice. Call at 956-303-9033, Click, or visit the Charlie Clark Harlingen dealership now.