2010 Nissan Altima 3.5 SR 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
I really couldn't be much happier with this car. The new transmission is great. The car has tons of HP in the 6 cylinder version. It's roomy and luxurious on the inside. Gas mileage could be a little better. And Nissan did a very stupid thing by bundling all of the available options into 3 very expensive packages. You can't get leather seats without a sunroof. You can't get the upgraded radio unless you get leather seats, etc. Each package is around $2k, but has lots of features most people don't want and are forced to pay for. It's still a great car, very reliable with a nice look on the outside and a great look on the inside.
CVT transmission, reverse rear camera, Bose radio, leather seats, keyless ignition and entry, bluetooth phone connection, XM satellite radio, dual climate control
Ability to flip through all radio stations from steering wheel (not just pre-sets), ipod jack hidden so the wire isn't hanging out, ability to change dashboard display from steering wheel (as with older Altimas), ability to add options in less expensive / less bundled packages
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