First introduced as a 1993 model, the Nissan Altima was billed as all-new for 2013. With a combination of innovative mechanical components, carefully tuned ride and handling, advanced cockpit connectivity features and sleekly contemporary styling that belies its price class, the fifth-generation Altima feels like it’s a class above its mid-size segment while providing comfortable, efficient family transport.
The Nissan Altima is a social climber in all the right ways, more comfortable, attractive and better-equipped than its price suggests. It is also an extremely frugal fuel user, while still providing full five-seat family accommodation. We found the standard four-cylinder engine sluggish, however, and the sedan offered only average dynamics and feedback on the road.
Altima 2.5 comes standard with cloth upholstery, 6-way manual driver’s seat, AM/FM/CD with 4 speakers, Bluetooth hands-free phone. Bluetooth streaming audio, speedometer, tachometer, coolant gauge, fuel level gauge w/ fuel door location, Nissan Advanced Drive-Assist display, power windows, power locks, dual remote power sideview mirrors, remote keyless entry with pushbutton start, steering-wheel cruise control, center console w/ armrest and power outlet, 4 cupholders, 4 bottle holders, 16-inch steel wheels, 215/60R16 tires, and halogen headlights. Altima 2.5 S upgrades with a AM/FM/CD that plays through 6 speakers.
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