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A Fantastic Car
By akinchen on
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2013 Nissan Altima 3.5 SV 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
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I have owned Toyota Camry's , Honda Accords , and other Nissan Altima's . This yr Nissan Altima had the most dramatic improvement over all previous models built . The quietness and comfort are over the top for this price range . I compare it to a Lexus or similar car . The ride comfort is amazing . I have less than a thousand miles so it is simply too early to talk about fuel economy . But my last Nissan performed admirably regarding fuel economy . My old Honda Accord actually out did my Altima on fuel economy but rode like a tank compared to my Altima . Now the Altima is my preferred vacation car . It also greatly helps with a Sales price and a low interest rate , It is a Winner
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Since the new 3.5 gives practically the same fuel economy as my old 2.5 , I decided to opt for the higher performance car . The 3.5 engine is the best of the Honda and Toyota Camry with about 3 percent more resale value . Styling and looks are also better as well as quietness . You feel like your in a luxuary car , not a low priced car . I got the 3.5 SV since I am not a fan of Leather interior , I love the plush seats . It makes you want to take a nap while your driving . Only Ford offers any competition for this price range. I test drove many cars and opt for this car . It has long lasting beauty and the Nissan Engineers did a fantastic job . You can not make a mistake
Suggested Improvements
I have no real suggested improvements , statements of this nature take yrs of ownership to figure out . The only thing I do not feel is adequate for me , are the large wheels . I prefer the smaller 16 inch wheels , as I am not a young kid . Also tires are much cheaper for a 16 inch vs a 18 in . Also these Rim Wheels are expensive , so make sure you do not hit a curb and bend the Rim or expect to pay big money to replace it . If you buy a quality 18 inch Tire your looking at about 300 each tire , verses about 120 for a quality 16 inch tire . The 16 inch will go 80 k miles verses the 18 inch will go 50 k miles max . This is a sacrifice I will have to adjust too, or trade them .
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By cski
on 06/10/13 04:54 AM (PDT)

On the tire issue, 18" wheels and tires are what most buyers want with the more sporty Altima 3.5 V6 powertrain, especially when the car cost $30,000 . However, I know that my 17" rims would handle just as well day to day, and I can get an OEM tire for my 2012 Optima EX (215-55-17 93V) for $100, and the ride is much nicer due to the taller sidewall.

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