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2018 Nissan Altima 2.5 S

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MPG:
27 city / 38 hwy
Style:
2.5 S 4dr Sedan
Engine:
2.5L I4
Transmission:
CVT
Fuel:
Gasoline
Drivetrain:
FWD
Condition:
Used
Exterior Color:
Glacier White
Interior Color:
Charcoal
Interior Fabric:
Stock:
N16410
VIN:
***********220704
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ALTIMA FOR LESS IS HERE!!! ONLY 80,800 MILES!!! LOCAL OWNER!!! PUSH BOTTON START!!! DRIVER POWER SEAT!!! BACK UP CAMERA!!! AND MORE!! PLEASE HURRY!!! WILL NOT LAST LONG!!! The Altima, Nissan's top-selling sedan, was for years its top-selling vehicle, until the Rogue drove it off its perch amid crossover mania. First introduced in 1992, the midsize sedan slots in-between the larger Maxima and the Sentra in Nissan's car lineup. It's built at Nissan's assembly plant in Smyrna, Tenn. For 2018, Nissan added safety features like automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning. Standard on all models are a 5-inch color display audio system with rear-view camera monitor, intelligent key access for all four doors, and voice recognition compatibility with Apple's Siri. Know, too, that Nissan is prepping an all-new, more design-forward version of the Altima for 2019, with orders starting in the summer and the new models arriving in dealerships late in 2018. With this buyer's guide, Autoblog aims to help you make an educated decision about whether or not to buy the 2018 Nissan Altima. We'll touch on safety and reliability ratings, engine specs, horsepower, fuel economy ratings and pricing, and we'll conclude with a summary of Autoblog's most recent Altima test-drive. Nissan Altima safety ratings The 2018 Altima earns an overall five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the agency's top rating. NHTSA also gives the car five stars for frontal- and side-crash protection, and four of five stars for rollover crash protection. It earns a ''Top Safety Pick'' award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, which puts vehicles through its own array of crash tests. IIHS gives the 2018 Altima ''good'' marks in all crashworthiness metrics, but it rates its headlights — one of its newer areas of scrutiny — as merely ''acceptable'' and its child-seat LATCH anchors' ease of use as ''marginal.''

  • Active Grille Shutters
  • Door Handle Color - Chrome
  • Exhaust Tip Color - Chrome
  • Front Bumper Color - Body-Color
  • Grille Color - Black
  • Grille Color - Chrome Surround
  • Mirror Color - Body-Color
  • Rear Bumper Color - Body-Color
  • Window Trim - Chrome
  • Exhaust - Dual Tip
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