I used to own the 1997 Nissan Altima -- it had a strong engine and acceleration but wasn't as refined. Boy, has the Altima come of age. It now has effortless acceleration and very good ride/handling with modest vibrations and cabin noise. It can now hold its own against the Mercedes C series, and win with a bigger interior and better mpg. Have it only for a week and so far it's the best new car purchase I ever made.
Keyless operation, stereo, zippy acceleration, seamless transfer of power between gas and electric, Bluetooth speaker phone, gas mileage.
Headlights do not come on with wipers, No memory on pwr sears, passenger seats are manual, small trunk, No mute/pause in Bose stereo, hands free bluetooth has no mute button or download entire phonebook from phone, no tire pressure reading in TPMS, fog lights not standard or part of package.
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