Darla Renee Jackson, 25, allegedly slammed her black Nissan Altima into a red Ducati motorcycle carrying Chief Petty Officer Zach Buob, 39, at around 5:30 p.m. on State Route 54 near Highland Avenue.
Nissan is launching a new ad contest that challenges social media users to a track down a stolen Altima, using clues found sprinkled throughout the automaker’s various media channels. One lucky sleuth will walk away with the grand prize – a brand new 2015 Altima – while those who participate will be eligible to win cash and Altima-inspired gear. Show More Summary
For every car offered in the nation’s showrooms, there will be a particular buyer, somebody for whom this car is the one. It’s the one that is most attractive, the one that is most practical. Some buyers are nitpickers – they’ll pore over test data and reviews and finally make a decision. Other buyers will […]
As in earlier campaigns for PepsiMax and Chevy before them, Zimmerman’s latest for Nissan sends unsuspecting test drivers on a racetrack in a campaign to promote the latest Altima model. The Fort Lauderdale-based, Omnicom-owned agency...Show More Summary
Nissan will launch two new sedans this year.
The only time you want to see someone driving down the road with their feet hanging out of the bottom of their car is on an episode of The Flintstones. But for hundreds of Nissan Altima owners that scene could very well become reality as they continue to report that rusted-out floorboards in their vehicles put their toes entirely … [More]
Two hours after Stacie Lopez wandered away from her mom, she was dropped off in the middle of a Cudahy street, about 13 miles away by a man in a white Nissan Altima, police said.
Chevrolet has struggled to become a player in the mid-sized sedan segment, which accounts for sales of about 2.4 million vehicles annually and is dominated by the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Ford Fusion. Those four nameplates account for more that 60% of the mid-sized sedan...
Well, it’s well into 2015, and time for another Nissan Altima review. My Casamigos hampered research tells me TTAC has done a review of the Altima every year since 2006, except for 2011. Go ahead, search for Nissan Altima, I’ll wait....Show More Summary
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 625,000 model-year 2013-15 Nissan Altima vehicles manufactured March 1, 2013, to Dec. 31, 2014. This is an expansion of a previous recall and the number of vehicles affected could change. "Nissan is continuing to investigate the number...
Nissan expanded an October recall on its Altima sedan, adding vehicles from model years 2014 and 2015 to the 220,000 vehicles recalled from MY 2013. Continue reading Nissan expands Altima hood latch recall to 625k cars Nissan expands Altima hood latch recall to 625k cars originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 06 Mar 2015 13:31:00 EST. Show More Summary
Nissan is expanding an earlier recall of its popular Altima sedans to fix a flaw that can cause the hood to fly open while the car is being driven.
Five months after Nissan first issued a recall of its most popular vehicle for hood latch issues, the car maker is adding more than 640,000 Altima sedans to the list. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports in a notice [PDF] that Nissan has recalled an additional 625,000 model year 2013 to 2015 Altima sedans that may … [More]
The company is still investigating the failures to determine a root cause.
By Bernie Woodall DETROIT (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co expanded the North American recall of its top-selling Altima sedan to about 878,000 vehicles because a secondary hood latch may fail and cause the hood to fly up while the car is in motion, according to a company filing with U.S. Show More Summary
Redesigned for the 2013 model year, but built on the same Nissan D platform, the fifth-generation Altima, marked the beginning of a successful era for the Japanese automaker in North America’s crowded midsize segment. After lagging far...Show More Summary
The 2016 model year refresh for the Nissan Altima likely includes some major changes. It's possible the design could get a sportier look, and some tech updates are potentially on the way too. Fuel economy might even see a boost. The tweaks are all to keep the sedan's sales number growing in the midsize market. Show More Summary
The Nissan Altima has had a slow start in Australia since launching in late 2013, with last year's sales only amounting to a 3.6 percent share of the total midsize car market - roughly the same as what the equally-unloved Skoda Octavia enjoys. Show More Summary
Product-planning exec Pierre Loing promises big mid-cycle changes to help the Altima remain competitive in the midsize segment.
"In one of the most competitive classes in the car market, the generally capable 2015 Nissan Altima is hamstrung by subpar drivability — an unrefined transmission and associated engine noise," says Cars.com reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder. Check out his review for...