I've had this car for three months now
and have put up over 3000 miles on it
and already I've had a faulty shock and
a leaking radiator replaced. I still
love the car, but I question how many
more parts are going to be faulty, if
they're not already.
Big tires, V6 response on 4-cyl engine,
generous front leg room, and
comfortable seat cloth.
More quality interior materials and
perhaps a 5-speed automatic.
After driving a
Nissan Sentra for 4 plus years, I am
loving the extra power and interior
room the Altima gives me. I have
nothing bad to say about the vehicle.
I've financed it for 5 years, and plan
on keeping it for the length of the
The interior room-much bigger than my
Sentra and much bigger than previous
Altima models. Lots of trunk space.
Might only be a 4 cylinder, but this
car has some get up and go!
No ash try for us smokers. Not real
fond of the cup holder layout.
We bought this vehicle in the 2002
model for our daughter. We were so
pleased with it that we bought the 2003
model for our son early (before he was
eligible to drive). That gave me the
time to have the pleasure of driving it
for 9 months. Then, I had to turn it
over and go back to driving my 2000
It's very sleek design (Lexus'GS models
have nothing on this model);
It's price tag
There does seem to be some body roll.
Fuel economy could be better as with
all Nissan products.
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