2014 NISSAN ALTIMA REVIEW Vehicle Style: Medium sedan Price: $45,490 (plus on-roads) Engine/trans: 183kW/312Nm petrol 6cyl | CVT auto Fuel Economy claimed: 9.3 l/100km | tested: 11.0 l/100km OVERVIEW Nissan Australia is quick to shun any comparisons between the newly-arrived Altima and the recently-departed Maxima. Show More Summary
Medium is the new large. By 2017 when the large car segment will have been thrown into further disarray with the loss of the Ford Falcon and question marks surrounding imported replacements for the Holden Commodore and Toyota Aurion, it really has to be. The mass exodus from large six-cylinder family sedans that has happened [...]
The 2014 Nissan Murano has scored many of the active safety systems that debuted in its Altima sedan sibling, but only for the flagship Ti grade. With unchanged entry-level pricing, the $48,990 Murano ST continues with an identical equipment level, but the $60,240 Murano Ti rises by $250 yet includes more key technologies than before. [...]
--> We’ve already had a look and listen at Volvo’s engine for the V8 Supercars racing series, and now another equally uninspiring car is debuting. This time around, it’s the Nissan Altima Coupe that is showing that it can deliver on the race track. Show More Summary
In 2013 Nissan made a return to touring car racing in Australia using its Altima sedan, after exiting the sport two decades prior. The Japanese automaker was famously forced to exit the local competition in 1993 when its R32 Skyline GT-R, which at the time was dominating the field, was banned due to a rule change that ended the FIA Group A format...
Nissan's various models share little commonality. Among its wide range, you've got SUVs, crossovers, sports cars, sedans, and odd outliers such as the Juke, Cube, and Leaf, all bearing little resemblance to each other. There's not much of a corporate identity among these models. Show More Summary
Nissan has revealed it will build a production version of its Sport Sedan Concept, currently on display at the Detroit Auto Show. It is expected the Sport Sedan will preview the next Nissan Maxima, although a future Altima and even a GT-R model could all stem from the concept's themes. Show More Summary
Authorities caught up to the suspect four days later, when he was pulled over during a routine traffic stop on Wednesday for driving a silver Nissan Altima with a missing headlight.
Prototypes for Nissan’s third-generation Murano SUV have been spotted testing yet again. The new SUV will once again ride on Nissan’s modular D platform, found in vehicles like the Altima and latest Pathfinder, and should be in showrooms late next year, as a 2015 model. This means we can expect the new Murano to make its auto show...
A headline like "12 Reasons To Buy A Nissan Altima" on your high school classmate's Facebook wall isn't too far off in the future if car companies have their way. Read more...
The luxury sedan will be exclusive to the Chinese market.
It was a big week for the motoring industry, with simultaneous international motor shows held in Tokyo, Los Angeles and the Chinese city of Guangzhou. The three shows offered more than a handful of important unveilings, but few packed the build-up of spy photos, teasers, rumours and reports that preceded the new MINI Cooper, and the new Subaru WRX. Show More Summary
The Nissan Altima is not a replacement for the Maxima, despite the former arriving as the latter departs. That’s the word from Nissan Australia, which reasons that the Altima is a medium car while the Maxima is a large car, … Continue reading ? The post Nissan Altima Review appeared first on CarAdvice.
2014 NISSAN ALTIMA REVIEW What’s Hot: Sweet V6, plenty of rear legroom, value for money What’s Not: Coarse-sounding inline four, average dynamics X-FACTOR: It’s the largest non-large car around. Plenty of metal for your money Vehicle...Show More Summary
The Nissan Altima is now on sale in Australia, arriving in showrooms nine months after making its debut on the streets of Adelaide in the opening round of the 2013 V8 Supercars championship. There’s no V8 in the production car, … Continue reading ? The post Nissan Altima: pricing and specifications appeared first on CarAdvice.
If there was no Hyundai badge, the front end styling of the Korean automaker's new China-only Mistra sedan could have fooled us into thinking it was a refreshed Nissan Altima. Walk around for profile and rear-end views, and we can see...Show More Summary
Four taken to the hospital: Nine people – including four police officers – were injured in a three-vehicle crash early Monday on the Far South Side. A male southbound in a Nissan Altima in the 10200 block of South Indianapolis struck...Show More Summary
In a valiant attempt to make social-media addicts safer doing anything, the car can send a customizable text message or Facebook update to eager followers.
Nissan’s new Altima sedan will arrive in Australia next month, priced from $29,990 plus on-roads. Set to replace the Maxima in Nissan’s local line-up, the Altima will be available with a choice of two petrol engines and four trim levels, rounding out at $45,390 plus on-roads for the range-topping Ti-S. Show More Summary
The new Nissan Altima, the showroom version of the company’s V8 Supercars contender, will be priced from $29,990 when it goes on sale in November. Nissan has confirmed pricing ahead of the Mazda 6 and Toyota Camry rival’s local launch, … Continue reading ? The post Nissan Altima priced from $29,990 appeared first on CarAdvice.