2013 Nissan Altima 2.5 SV 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl CVT)
The previous generation of Altimas must have been put through finishing school by Nissan, as it has emerged as smoother, quieter, and much more refined than my 2010 S.
The engineers have succeeded in masking much of the drone of the 4 cylinder engine.
They've also succeeded in creating a car that appears and drives like a car priced in the 30s rather than the 20s.
LOve the sat radio and the dual climate control also.
Well done, Nissan!
35 around town, 40 on the interstate averaging 70 mph.
I have no back aches after hours of driving, unlike most cars I have owned.
The new seats sure work for me.
Just looks upscale, several people have asked me if it's a Lexus.
Nice balance between firm ride and comfort...the 2010 was way too firm, even harsh.
would change practically nothing.
Only two things:
For the SV class, should include visors that extend plus lighted
My 2010 S had both and it was a class below my SV.
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