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You indeed got a great deal because they are flooding the used car market. Nissan dealers and private dealers can't get rid of them because some are Lemon Law buy backs and others got fed up with the transmission and a host of other electrical problems. Good luck with yours. Couldn't wait to get rid of mine, and so I did.Report it
Seems like the 2014 owner reviews are looking better. I purchased a 2014 Altima 2.5S a couple months ago, and so far I haven't had any problems with it. The more I drive it, the better I like it. It's very responsive when comparing it to my "98" Altima. Average mph is around 28. That's mostly city miles with some expressway driving. I've only driven it a couple thousand miles, so the jury's still out, especially on the CVT Transmission, but so far, I'm very pleased.Report it
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