After 5 months and 5000 miles, the altima has really served us well. We have been averaging around 33.8 mpg, which is a bit below par, but much better than the previous cars we have driven. Acceleration and pickup is sporty for a hybrid and the ride is very smooth. The mpg does take a hit in the winter when the heater is turned on, but with careful driving it can be offset. Nissan always provides solid and reliable vehicles and this one is no different. The navigation is a gem and has helped us get too many destinations. The leather seats are very comfortable and the bluetooth has been flawless as well. Initially it is hard to adjust to the smart key but you get used too it after a while.
Turn signals on mirror, smart key and push button start, navigation system, bluetooth, leather seats, gauge cluster, trip computer, 6 disc changer. Attractive sporty exterior. The improved gas mileage. Push buttons on the doors and trunk.
How could there be no fog lights as a option at the least? HID headlights also need to be on the option list. Although the trunk has been manageable, a little more space would be preferred. Power passenger seat. Only when the key is right next to the door does it work.
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