by kinglycatch on Jan 16, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Altima SE 4dr Sedan
My altima is definitely a great quality
car in its class. I've had very few
problems, and hope it will keep going
for several more years. Wet, dry, hot
or cold climates do not seem to put any
additional strain on it. Mine is a
4cyl, and the 6cyl would help add
power, but the fuel economy has been a
by Klatt on Aug 7, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Altima SE 4dr Sedan
I bought the car 1.5 years ago and have
put 45,000 miles on it!! Everyone that
saw it thought that it was almost brand
new! (Ages extremely well) It works
well in almost any function. (Short
trips around town (also been driven
across the country). I've replaced the
alternator, and Starter. Other than
that just change the oil and add gas.
Same problems with glove box and cup
holders, but they are easy to live
by CarLover on Mar 19, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Altima SE 4dr Sedan
No problem, very reliable, worry free.
Basic care required (i.e oil change...)
The car drives so smoothly, picks up
really quick. Excellent break system.
Very good sound system. I love the
style. I looks and feels like a luxry
car, but without a luxry car price tag.
by Izzy on Apr 16, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Altima SE 4dr Sedan
I've had my SE for eight years, and although I've had to replace some normal
wear-and-tear items (alternator, belts, CV boots, engine mounts), the car
has given me consistently good service all this time. The a/c is outstanding!
Acceleration is quite good, and the general comfort level is quite nice. It
came fully equipped, including power sunroof, fog lights & rear spoiler. Only
things missing are leather and power seats. It still has the original
radio/cassette, but I did upgrade all four speakers and added a 12-CD
changer. Also replaced 15" factory wheels with custom 16" rims. This car
is good to go!
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