2013 Nissan Altima: First Videos Released
The styling is good for a car that starts at $21,500 for the 2.5-liter 182 hp inline-four. It’s not going to win awards, but it’s certainly more distinct than the before. Wheel arch that are more distinct and a curvy grille-headligt combo all combine to make the car more attractive.
Standard technologies include ConnectSM which offers Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System and Streaming Audio via Bluetooth. The Altima is available with Hands-Free Messaging Assistant, Pandora integration, USB connection for iPods and satellite radio with a 5-inch display.
Nissan is very much focused on CVT technology, even fitting it to sportier cars like the turbo Juke. So it does not surprise us they added a brand new one to the Altima. Thanks to this, the 3013 2.5liter model does 37 mpg, which is 15 percent better than the 2012 model’s 32 mpg highway.