Nissan Altima Model Review

27/38  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
15.4  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Nissan Altima?

The Altima has been one of Nissan's more popular sedans for many years, because it appeals to auto buyers searching for a mid-sized car that has a great look and a reasonable price. Its body style has changed over the years and the current body has a contoured, sleek appearance that is difficult to resist. The 2018 Altima has no significant exterior changes in comparison to last year's model, but there are some excellent interior changes that may delight you. One of the more significant changes that you can find in all trim levels of the 2018 Altima is adaptive cruise control and this is paired with an intelligent warning system for forward collisions with autonomous braking. In addition to these safety features, another new feature is found in the 3.5 SL Altima, which is the most advanced trim level available. In the 3.5 SL, drivers can use a new smartphone integration system that pairs flawlessly with both Apple and android phones.

2018 Nissan Altima

Trims & Features

As is the case with previous model years, this year's Altima is available in numerous trim levels. This gives buyers the opportunity to select a vehicle that is loaded with the features that they want and that has a price that is suitable for their budget. You can browse through the trim levels in detail when you test drive the Altima at your local Nissan dealership. The most advanced trim level available is the 3.5 SL and other trim levels include the 2.5 SL, the 2.5 SV, the SR Midnight Edition, the SR Special Edition, the 2.5 SR and the 2.5 S. Each Altima trim level for 2018 is loaded with at least cloth seats available in your choice of two colors, heated mirrors and hands-free entry. They also come with an incredible sound system, a backup camera, climate control features, power steering and cruise control features on a leather-wrapped steering wheel and keyless entry. In addition to these and other standard features, you may find numerous upgrades available in some Altima trim levels.

2018 Nissan Altima Exterior

Horsepower

Most car buyers are searching for a sedan that can deliver an exceptional driving experience while still maintaining good fuel economy. The 2018 Altima from Nissan is a sedan that gives drivers a powerful, smooth driving experience. The base trim level of the Altima has a 2.5-liter CVT 4-cylinder engine. It comes with 177 foot-pounds of torque and 179 horsepower. There is also a 3.5-liter engine in the top trim level. All trim levels for this year's Altima also come with traction and stability control features, a continuously variable automatic transmission and an amazing turn radius.

Safety

2018 Nissan Altima InteriorThe safety features in your next car should not be overlooked. The 2018 Nissan Altima has exceptional features as well as high marks in safety tests to help you feel secure as you cruise through town. A few of the many safety features available in all trim levels are headrests and airbags for all passengers, auto delay off headlights, an engine immobilizer, a pre-collision warning system, child safety door locks and seat latches, a remote anti-theft system, ventilated disc brakes, daytime running lights and a blind spot detection feature.

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