2010 Nissan Altima 2.5 S 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl CVT)
I am a sales rep and have driven my new Altima 800 miles . The drivers seat is not comfortable after an hour on the road. It needs more padding and a lumbar adjustment available as standard features on other cars. Nissan wants you to buy leather seats to get a lumbar feature. The stereo on the 2.5 s has speakers that distort easy. The back window trim panels on my car developed bubbles after a week of owning the car. Dealer has to remove and repair them. Shouldn't happen on a new car. Test drive this car for a while before making a deal! Your back may thank you!
Good pickup and very little torque steer. Handles turns nicely.
Better padding and lumbar support without having to upgrade to leather seating. Better stock radio and speakers. Paint the rear trim instead of cheap plastic black tape that bubbles.
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