America has a habit of loving iconic cars like Porsche roadsters or Mustang Shelby 302s but buying mid-size and practical sedans like the Nissan Altima. Sale records show that affordable and relatively conservative sedans outsell any other type of vehicle with the U.S. Fortunately, Nissan has found a way to bring some of that fun styling to one of America’s best-selling practical mid-size sedans, available for a better price than expected.
Depending on how luxurious you like your vehicle, and how much you’re willing to pay, you’ll find a great array of trim levels with the new Altima. Different trim levels add things like sunroof, push button start, leather upholstery, heated front seats and steering wheel, xenon headlamps, a Bose stereo system, remote start, foglamps, dual-zone automatic climate control, backup camera, and the NissanConnect multimedia display system.
The 2013 Nissan Altima’s 3.5-liter is officially rated at 31 MPG on the highway by the Environmental Protection Agency.
For more information about the Altima, or to take a look at any Nissan vehicle, contact Larson Nissan.