2010 Nissan Altima 3.5 SR 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
I've had driving difficulties due to an injury. We tested every car out there, and this had more leg room than all of them (driver, that is). Next was the Ford Edge, followed by the Toyota Camry, and Nissan Murano. We got the V6 with CVT transmission. I have no more physical discomfort. The ocean gray is a head turner with the performance package, and it drive as well as some sports cars I've owned. The gas mileage has also been great. The new styling (2010) is much more sleek than that of 2009. It's a gorgeous, economical little rocket ship that turns heads.
Leg room for the driver. Automatic seat adjustment. Performance. Looks.
If there is a way to expand rear seat leg room... WITHOUT reducing the front leg room, which is a highlight of this car... that would be my comment. The Camry DID feel a bit more solid when closing the door is my only comment.
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