I bought my Altima from a salvage
auction. Everything was ok except for
the engine. I replaced the engine from a
year 2000 Altima. So far I haven't had
any major issues with the car, got it at
32k miles now it has 62k. I do oil
changes every 3000 miles. It runs great
and has a neat pickup as for a 4
cylinder engine. I put 17" rims on it
and now it handles like BMW. The radio
broke when I played self recorded CDs. I
guess it was not designed for those. I
would recomend it to anybody who wants
low maintenance and reliability. This
car might not be too luxurious but it's
main parts are well designed and should
last many years.
I like the luxry features, lether,
sunroof keyless entry and tinted glass.
It really changes this car. And of
course the engine and transmission.
Certainly millage/gallon needs
improvements. Also the body's sheet
metal is not strong. Cap holder in the
back and ashray. Ashray in the front
could have a light in it.
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